Buy My Art
I now have a ‘New Work’ collection in my Redbubble porfolio which I update from time to time and which you can visit and view by clicking this link. You can also visit my whole portfolio, by clicking this link. The work in it is represented as thumbnails each of which you’ll need to click to see larger (click the image again to see it larger still). The ‘buy it’ button for each work is on its own page there and clicking it will reveal the various options such as frame and matte (mount) colours, styles, types of print surface, prices, sizes and more. A few items are also available as T-shirts and currently there is also a calendar which is a way of purchasing twelve different artworks very inexpensively! I hope to add more calendars later. Clicking the ‘Buy It’ button does not commit you to purchasing anything – but obviously, I hope you will!
MY WORK IS CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE AS PRINTS
These are open editions, which means that unlimited numbers of prints can be made from them. However, as Redbubble is a print on demand site and work is only printed when someone buys it, to enable people to buy them as limited editions I shall remove each specific artwork from sale as large prints when I have sold 20 prints of each. Please note that I do reserve the right to sell them on sites other than or as well as Redbubble, or privately, until that number is reached and also to continue to use them after that number has sold for publicity and to print and sell as cards and compilation works such as calendars or books. The limited edition promise only applies to large prints (ie, canvas or framed).
Redbubble do all the printing, framing, collect payment and ship to most countries. If, for any reason, you’re not happy with your purchase you can return items to them for a refund. If you are planning on buying any of my work as presents to be given on a particular date, please order well in advance.
You have a choice when buying from Redbubble of letting me know who you are or not. Which you choose is up to you, but I’d very much prefer it if you would let me know.
Just a few words about buying artwork that you’re viewing on a monitor and which is destined to be printed: to get a better idea of what the printed version will look like, turn your monitor brightness down quite a way, as bright backlighting cannot be replicated by paper.
Most of my work on Redbubble is digital but there are also scans of some watercolours and drawings I have done plus, occasionally, a few photographs. Currently I don’t sell any of the originals.
For more information about me and my process, please read my ‘Me and My Art‘ page.
If you would like to contact me about my artwork before or after purchase please use the contact form in this blog.