Frequently asked questions
Do you ship framed work? No, I don't, it's too risky and expensive to ship frames with glass. However, all my prints are standard frame sizes, so it's easy to buy a frame that fits.
How do I find a frame to fit?
All my prints will fit into standard size frames that you can find in major department stores, homeware stores. Alternatively, you want a special frame if you go to your local picture framer. I do sell my work framed at art fairs, such as the Affordable Art Fair.
What frame should I choose?
I prefer to use simple frames in either black or white wood. I always recommend using a mount to stop the paper touching the glass to protect the print.
Where should I hang my print?
My prints will look good anywhere in your home. However, I would not hang it in direct sunlight as the colours will fade over time in bright sunshine. It is also not a good idea to hand prints in bathrooms or anywhere with high hunidity as this can cause the paper to buckle.
My print has arrived but it is damaged - what can I do? Please get in touch, so that I can sort out a replacement or refund. Please take photographs of the damage and the packaging so I can contact the shipping company. I insure my shipments so will need this information to process a claim. When it arrives back with me I can sort out a replacement print or refund.
I've changed my mind
What if I don't like the print when it arrives? In this very unusual situation, please get in touch with me first. You can exchange or return the print, provided it arrives back to me in a saleable condition. Please return in the original protective packaging. Return postage by a tracked method will be at your own expense.
Where can I see your prints?
Can I see your work in person? Yes, I exhibit at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea each March and Hampstead in May.
You can also find my work in the Southbank Printmakers Gallery, in London, at the Rheged Centre, Cumbria, and Bell Fine Arts, Winchester.