Why are you such a nerd?
Dunno. Just am. I was that 5-year-old going to see Star Wars in theatres in 1977. I was the preschool kid drooling over classic Trek and hiding from Doctor Who’s scariest moments in black and white. I was that teen waiting anxiously each month for the new issue of Starlog magazine. I am the mom who raises her kids on all things nerd. Stories move me. They always have. Stories that are out of this world, even more so.
What happens when I order a print? How fast will I get it?
If the print is in stock, I usually pack and ship them in 3 business days. All prints are sent either in a bubble mailer or a protected envelope. I want them to reach you in good condition.
I mail using Canada post for prints. Time to receive them generally depends on where you are in the world. I like to say it’s about 7 business days but that is approximate.
How do I order a commission?
Contact me. I take commissions on a limited basis. There is no obligation to ask questions or toss ideas around. I’m happy to do so.
If we chose to proceed, I’ll send an invoice for 50% down and add your painting to my schedule. Currently there’s a 2 month wait for commissions.
How do I order an existing painting?
Contact me. I don’t have any paintings listed on my site right now but I do have a few in my inventory. If there’s something you want more details on, please reach out. There’s no obligation at all.
Do you have a return policy?
Yes. No returns. I’m an individual artist supporting a family. If something goes wrong with a painting, I’m happy to help fix it where possible. If you change your mind about a painting, I can’t help you. My paintings go up in value every year. Consider the piece an investment or gift it along. Art makes great gifts!
I have a media inquiry or an event I want you to know about. How do I reach you?
Please contact me directly through this site or via email. firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that I no longer have a rep, so all inquiries should go to me directly. Thank you.
Where can I find you online?
And, of course, everything lives here on this site.