Please read the frequently asked questions below before placing your order. If you have a questions that is not answered below, please get in touch.

Shipping & Returns

Print delivery to addresses within the UK & Ireland is €12 per item.
This includes packaging your print securely in a durable tube or envelope (depending on the size) and sending it by registered post. After your print has been dispatched, a tracking number is sent to your email address.

Original paintings vary widely in terms of size and weight, so it is hard to provide accurate delivery quotes in advance.

If you are interested in an original painting and would like to know more about the practicalities of shipping it to you, please get in touch via the Contact page.

Yes, both prints and originals can be shipped internationally.

International delivery for prints costs €20.

If you are interested in have an original painting shipped internationally, please get in touch via the Contact page for more information.

Large prints (A0, A1, A2) are posted rolled carefully in strong postal tubes. Smaller prints (A3, A4) are posted in strong, flat, carboard envelopes.
Paintings are normally sold framed. This means that my framer can build a protective hardboard covering around the painting to provide protection for the shipping process.

Delivery normally takes 3/5 working days, approximately.

Orders for extra large (A0) prints may take a little longer as sometimes they are not always in stock and are ‘printed to order’.

If delivery is expected to take longer than the usual 3-5 working days, I will get in touch with you to let you know.

If you are unhappy with your print, you can return it for a refund. Once the print has been received in its original condition, your refund will be issued.

Shipping costs are non-refundable.

Prints & Paintings

I sometimes take on commissions.

It depends on the particular subject matter of the potential commission.

If you have any ideas, by all means get in touch and we can discuss them!

Originals are unique by definition, so there is only one of each.

When a painting is selected to be made as a print, I order a limited number of copies in various sizes. 

No, only a selection of my originals have been reproduced as prints.

Although I don’t frame myself, I work closely with a talented local framer. 

He frames all of my original paintings to the highest standards.

If you are interested in an original painting and would like to discuss framing options, including style, colour, etc, please use the Contact page to get in touch and I will make the necessary arrangements.