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  • What is a COA?
    A COA (Certificate of Authenticity) is an official document that proves that the artwork sold is genuine and authentic. It includes technical details of the artwork and is signed by the artist.
  • Do I own the rights if I purchase your art?
    No. The artist maintains the copyrights and reproduction rights to any purchased art.
  • Do you do commissions?
    I am not accepting commissions at this time.
  • How can I get a #1 print?
    I typically reserve my #1 prints for gallery exhibitions and in-person shows. They cost considerably more than the price listed in my shop. However, if you are interested in owning a #1 print, please feel free to contact me via this site to inquire if it's still available.
  • Why is the art more expensive at a gallery than online?
    There are several factors to consider when pricing my art for exhibitions: Most likely, the print is a 1st edition. The artworks that I showcase for exhibits come framed. Most galleries charge a commission for each sale. This can be as high as 50%. I must price my pieces accordingly. I also factor in the shipping & insurance costs that incur when mailing my pieces to non-local shows.
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