How and when should interested customers contact you?
Don’t be afraid to make contact through the contact page, I will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.
Do you accept commissioned projects?
go to the healing/commissions tab and click on the commission application button then fill in the form and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.
What are your payment options?
We accept the following payment methods
Do you have a return policy?
- Visa, Mastercard, and American Express debit and credit cards
If the original artwork doesn't satisfy you entirely, you have 7 business days from receipt of the artwork to return it in its original package. Unfortunately, after 7 days I am unable to offer refunds or exchanges. To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it.
In the event that your product is delivered damaged, I'll send out a replacement item free of charge. If the product is a one off creation such as an original or Orgonite I’ll refund the purchase price of your damaged product.
What shipping options do you offer?
- Please note shipping charges will not be refunded.
- Proof of damage is required for all refunds.
- Refunds will be processed onto the original form of payment (Credit Card or PayPal)
My packaging and shipping costs are determined by the product you order as they all have different needs and requirements, if you order from outside of Australia there will be a slight increase in costs. If you live local to Western Australia I also offer a pickup option. I’m more than happy to make alternative arrangements for delivery especially at this time, select the pickup option and send me an email through the contact page
Please keep in mind Due to Covid-19 there may be a delay in delivery, but rest assured I will do my best to have it to you as soon as possible
Delivery is usually 5 – 10 business days
How are your artworks packaged for delivery?
My original canvases are wrapped in acid free paper, then thin core foam, flowed by bubble wrap then wrapped in cardboard and sealed.
What products do you use in your artwork?
I am a mixed media artist, all of my original canvas artwork is made from layers of hand cut paper but I also do use acrylic paint, flow medium, string and sometimes even beads.
In my 3D resin artwork art work I again use hand cut paper with each layer separated by an epoxy resin called Epoxyglass to give as clear a finish as possible.
Rest assured I use the best products I can find at the time it was created.
Since your artwork is paper how do you protect it from damage?
Every piece of paper that is laid down is covered in Mod Podge a glue/sealer, even inside the resin. Once my original canvas art works are completely dry, usually takes a couple of weeks, they are photographed, signed and have a gloss vanish applied to the surface.
Are your artworks ready to be hung?
Yes all my canvases come with two oversized D rings used in the gallery and braded wire pre installed on the back.
Do you accept wholesale purchases?
For wholesale orders, contact me through the contact page. I have special arrangements on stock prices and display methods depending on the levels of stock you would like to order.
Do you work with interior designers and property managers?
I love working with people that are creative and encourage you to contact me through the contact page if are interested in using my work for display or resale to clients.
I would like to license your art. Who do I contact with my proposal?
You can contact me through the contact page.
Do you use environmentally friendly materials?
Yes as much as I can, these big companies make it hard but no excuses right.
I have a three step recycling project when it comes to paper
Each cut piece is positioned so each sheet is used as much as possible
Small cut pieces are stored and reused when possible
All unusable paper and paper towel is recycled via the council
All packaging is recyclable and/or biodegradable except for the bags that cover the prints, I am yet to find an alternative.
As for the resin consumables
Gloves are responsibly & sustainably sourced natural rubber and are biobegradable when available.
I am currently looking for biodegradable cups
Stirrers and tools are all wood of some kind
Do you help customers with the selection of frames for your artwork?
I have a great local framer who I use and we can arrange for prints or originals to be framed before delivery.