Artwork commissions for portraits and landscape oil paintings
Do you have an idea for a painting that you would love to see hanging on your wall? Tell Kirsten about your ideas and she will lead the way to realising your vision.
Here’s how it works
Step 1 – a conversation The process for commission paintings begins with a conversation with the artist, either over the phone or by email. Kirsten will guide you through the steps of establishing the artwork basics such as image content, size, cost and time frames.
Step 2 – creative development When we enter the creative development stage, a 50% starting fee gets the creative ball rolling. To develop a visual for the finished piece, Kirsten uses your inspiration together with her professional photography and Photoshop skills to create up to 3 digital mock ups. Once you are happy with the plan, the studio work begins.
Step 3 – artwork in progress During the painting process, Kirsten regularly photographs and emails images of the artwork in progress and seeks feedback.
Step 4 – the finished artwork When the painting has reached completion, Kirsten will email you a high resolution image and seek your approval for the finished work. Once approved, the remaining 50% will be due. Upon payment, Kirsten will prepare the painting for freight or collection.
Oil on canvas paintings are prepared by the artist using a medium weight cotton duck canvas stretched over kiln-dried, non-warping 30x70mm stretcher bar. Finished paintings are unframed and painted around the edges of the stretcher so they may be hung attractively without the need for framing. Original paintings are signed on the front and back by the artist.
EFT, cash, cheque and credit card payment are accepted. Please note that credit cards payments incur a 2.5% surcharge. Cheques will need to be cleared before artworks are released.
Make an enquiry
Click here to send Kirsten an email or contact the studio directly on 0432 839 779