All packages are shipped with UPS or USPS, depending on the product. The shipping time for these services is usually 1-5 business days for shipping within the US. You will receive an email with your tracking number once your order ships, sometimes in split shipments depending on the order contents.
- All original paintings are carefully wrapped, packaged, and shipped via UPS, rate includes insurance
- Shipping tracking information will be provided via email when your shipment is on its way to you. Please allow up to 5-7 business days for shipping, I try to ship out originals in the same week they are ordered.
- Open edition prints ship directly from my print shop partner - please allow 7-10 business days to ship, especially during the holiday season
- Prints are enclosed in a plastic sleeve and shipped flat in a sturdy envelope
- Packages are shipped via UPS Smart Post
Some products have a specific timeframe for production before they are ready to ship. Please reference the individual product listings for estimated production times to know when your order will ship.
Production, packaging, and shipping may take longer during the holiday season!
I’m unable to take international orders at this time, but plan to in the future!
Since each order is made to order and handled with care and transparency, they are treated as final sale.
Please make sure to read each product description carefully. Colors and tones are represented as clearly and honestly as possible, but check multiple screens if concerned about color renderings.
If for whatever reason your item(s) arrives damaged, please contact me directly within 7 days of receiving your order and a replacement will be sent free of charge!
I wish I could offer commissions, but at this time I am focused on creating what inspires me and running my small business.
The right frame really makes an original painting or print pop! Plus, the protective materials of a frame will preserve your purchase for years to come. While I’m unable to offer framing, there are so many great local framers out there you should give a try! If local isn’t an option, my favorite place for custom framing is American Frame - you can pick out the frame material, matte board, backing, and plexiglass, and they’ll send you everything (mostly) assembled. I buy almost all of my frames from American Frame, and enjoy the DIY approach to framing!
When it comes to prints, I offer standard size prints that fit commercial frames, so it’s easy to find the right frame to match your decor at a store like Home Goods or Target.
I definitely recommend matting all paintings and prints; not only does it elevate the look of the work, but it protects the surface of the painting or print from sitting next to the glass.
When it comes to glass, UV protective materials like plexiglass will add longevity to the painting and prevent fading. And while I use archival and artist-grade materials in my work, always try to keep your watercolor painting out of direct sunlight to prevent any kind of fading or discoloration.
I use archival and artist-grade materials in my work, which will make your painting last, but always try to keep your watercolor painting out of direct sunlight to prevent any kind of fading or discoloration. UV protective materials like plexiglass will add longevity to the original painting and prevent fading