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Frequently Asked Questions. Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you do not see the answer to your question use the contact form to send the artist your question.
As a person with very little patience I understand how important it is that your package(s) arrive promptly. With the exception to custom work, your art will ship within 1 to 2 business days. Tracking information will be updated on Paypal once shipment is made. Highly fragile works of art are shipped via FedEx and are insured. If delivery address is a P.O. Box, USPS will be the courier. Local pick up and delivery are always welcome.
Paypal is the most perfered form of payment. You do not need to be a registered member to checkout with paypal. You may choose to checkout as a guest. Paypal is the most secured form of payment on the Internet. I am also able to take all major credit cards over the phone. Please use the contact form to inquire about any other forms of payment.
I can create various mediums of custom works of art. Use the "Contact " tab to discuss. The possibilities are endless! I have a great network of other artists and if I can't create your unique piece, I just may know someone who can! View my commissioned works of art here.
I hold all rights to my original works of art. Many of my paintings and pen and inks have prints available for purchase through fineartamerica. Fineartamerica provides high-quality art prints backed with 100% satisfaction. Browse my original works of art here.
Many clients like to purchase works hot out of the kiln or still wet on the canvas. The best way to see my works of art as soon as they become available are through social media. Please follow my art board on pinterest, follow me on Instagram, or check out my art and crazy life on Facebook.
All of my pottery are food safe. I only use lead free glazes. So go ahead and give it a lick!
All of my pottery are food safe. I only use lead-free glazes. Pottery are delicate works of art and safe handling should be used at all times. My care instructions go a little like this... "This little beauty was made with mud, not sand, and should be washed with love by hand."
My first book was self-published in December of 2013. The Dragonfly Hunter is the first in a series of children's books called "The Critter Crawler Collection." The Snipe Hunter" is the second book in the series followed by "Alphabet Book of Whimsical Creatures."
It takes weeks to create a single piece of pottery. What starts out as a lump of clay gets molded into something functional. Once the piece has dried, It is kiln fired to 2200 degrees. This is called a bisque fire. Then the piece is glazed. I then cross my fingers and wish with all my might that everything will turn out alrgiht. A second and sometimes third and fourth glaze firing is completed before the pieces is ready to sell.