I want your experience with Savvy Palette to be as enjoyable and easy as possible. To make things clear and user-friendly, I have listed the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions in one concise section. Have a look at my FAQs below and get in touch if you need any additional information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Accept Commission Projects?
I do, but I am selctive on the projects I take on. Please view my commission info page to learn more. https://www.savvypalette.com/commission
Do I License My Art To Commercial Clients?
I do. Please Email info@savvypalette with your details and I will get back to you with terms.
Do You Offer Limited Edition Fine Art Prints?
Yes, I do. Currently my prints are limited in quanity to (50) per piece. Prints are painted on fine art paper with archival inks. Shipped in a mailing tube.
Do You Offer Workshops?
Yes, I do. Typically a few times a year at art guilds. I post updates to my site and social accounts when I have a workshop coming up. To stay informored join the Palette by subnitting your Email. Get updates on shows, workshops & specials.
Do I Accept Bulk Purchases From Consultants and Designers?
Yes. Please Email with your details and I will reply.
How Much Do Your Prints Cost?
My signed limited edition prints start at $125.00 and come with a C.O.A. I accept payment through PayPal invoice. Prints are shipped rolled in a mailing tube.
Do You Do "Live Painting" and Speaking Engagments?
Yes, I do. I charge $35.00 per hour for these type of events with a minimum of two hours. Please email at least two weeks prior to your event with details.
Do You Offer Discounts or Sales?
For special occasions and seasonal events I do typically offer special discounts and sales. It's best to join the FREE palette newsletter via email to stay up todate on what I am currently offering.
Do You Paint In Any Other Style?
No. I am a contemporary abstract artist with a focus on "Spontaneous Realism."
What is Spontaneous Realism?
Spontaneous realism is a form of art, a sub-genre of realism, involving the combination of abstract art, bold color schemes, and apparent brush strokes. The original photo is referenced and then recreated with an unrealistic color palette. Spontaneous realism portraits often use acrylic paint, but other art mediums may be present.
Why Are Your Originals So Expensive?
My original paintings are priced by size.