All orders are shipped either USPS, UPS, or FedEx, depending on the size. Estimated shipping charges will be added at checkout. These estimates are for Continental US shipping expenses. If your actual shipping cost is more than estimated, I’ll send you an invoice for the additional. If it’s less, I’ll send you a partial refund for the overcharge!

Additional shipping will be due and invoiced separately for International and non-Continental US orders. Please email me if you’d like more information or a shipping estimate.

Each painting requires time for varnishing and drying fully before it is shipped. It is then carefully wrapped in glassine paper (kind of like waxed paper for art) to protect the surface, and a combination of bubble wrap and paper to cushion it. All work is packed very carefully and insured, to ensure it arrives to collectors quickly and safely.

I am happy to ship worldwide, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and more. If you find there isn’t an option for shipping to your country at check out, please email me for assistance.

Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for domestic orders and 3-4 weeks or more for international orders for orders to ship. Actual delivery times are subject to shipping services. Tracking information is provided for all orders, although tracking for international orders often stops at the US border, as shipments are transferred from US providers to their international counterparts.

For International orders, please note that shipments may be subject to duties, taxes and/or other fees according to your Country’s regulations. Please consult your local customs office for more details about duties and taxes; the buyer is responsible for these costs.

Work up to 24” x 36” is shipped on its frame, packaged securely in a large box. Larger paintings are removed from the wooden frame bars and rolled in a tube with glassine paper and protection. Any good framer can re-stretch the canvas for you (usually $100-$200 depending on the size), or if you are familiar with the process, you could do it yourself. I don’t recommend this; however, unless you’re comfortable and familiar with the process. I can take no responsibility for damage to the work during re-framing.