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Q. Explain the in home trial.
A. Even though many types of fine goods – from furniture to oriental rugs to mattresses – are sold online daily, I realize there is a perceived risk to buying a work of art you have yet to see in person. That's why I came up with the 100-Day Live With It & Love It Home Trial. I'm confident you'll want to keep this piece and plan to pass it along to your family at the right time. As such, I want to remove all risk and worry from your purchase. Which brings us to the next question I'm often asked.
Q. Do you have a return policy?
A. Yes. You can put the print on display in a favored spot. Live with it and enjoy it for 100 days. If for any reason you are not happy with your print, you can return it to me for a full 100% refund of your purchase price. The art must be in the same excellent condition as when you received it. A good suggestion is to keep the original shipping container to use in the unlikely event you want to return your print.
Q. Are your prints signed and number?
A. Each print is signed and numbered if it's part of a limited edition and is signed if it's part of an open signature edition.
Q. Is your work guaranteed?
A. Yes. In the over twenty years I have
been offering prints, I have literally had two returns. That's almost
unheard of. I stand by my work and if for any reason you are not
satisfied, you will get a full refund of your purchase or we can make
an exchange for another print of comparable value.
Q. Do you do commission work?
A. Yes the majority or my original oil paintings are commissioned by private clients. Given the subject matter some these original paintings have broad appeal and I will publish as a print. Stowe and Mount Mansfield with Golden Sunset is an example.
Q. How long have you been painting?
A. Over 25 years, I started when I was 7.
Q. Where did you get your training?
A. I graduated from the University of
Vermont with a major in fine art. Outside of school I met Carroll N.
Jones Jr. a retired Yale art professor and world renowned realist
painter, who became my mentor. It was from him that I learned the
multi layered technique that I use today. This technique has it's
origins in the high Renaissance with both the Italian and Dutch
Q. Do you teach?
A. Yes. I have taught my technique at the Shelburne Craft School and Burlington City Arts, Vermont Art Supply and privately at my studio.
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