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Updated: Feb 2

The things you need to know




How do I order?

It is as easy as going to the shop. Or you can message me via email, phone or Instagram to place an order. I accept Square, venmo, cashapp and paypal. I'm a small business, I'm pretty much checking every form of communication to make sure I don't miss your request.


How do I start a commission?

It is as easy as going to the shop. Or you can message me via email, phone or Instagram to place an order. I accept Square, venmo, cashapp and paypal. I'm a small business, I'm pretty much checking every form of communication to make sure I don't miss your request.


How long does a commission take?

I'd like to think I'm pretty fast.

But it all has to do with how many projects are ahead of you and how large your project is.

So if you have a deadline (holiday, birthday, anniversary) PLEASE just let me know as soon as possible. Even if you want it for Christmas and it's only February.


It might take me a week. It could take 6 months.


Do you have returns or exchanges?

All sales are final sale.


Merch from Redbubble is returnable etc they have their own policies. I've found them very helpful and generous in the past.


If you buy merch directly from me (like a t-shirt). I'm willing to do an exchange if I have your desired size still in stock.


Do you have discounts?

Discounts yes. Being on my mailing list is the best way to get discounts. My mailing list gets discounts that I don't offer to the general public and it will be sent straight to your email so you don't miss it. Instagram is the 2nd best way to see discounts. Ko-fi membership is also a great way to get discounts. For a smalllll monthly fee (or a one time donation) you can get higher discounts than even a mailing list subscriber.


I also offer discounts if you purchase more than one item at a time.

Merch from Redbubble is often put on sale (I don't control that but I will let you know).


Lastly, I just recently added a feature to my website that allows you to make me an offer. If you're interested in purchasing some fine art, just slide in an offer.


Where can I see your art in person?

First off. Message me. I can give you the most up to date info on where to see my work. That being said, my next show will be at Tacoma Consignment (1120 Broadway). I've been working with Nova Expansion gallery in Seattle (Queen Anne), I don't have anything there right now but I plan on showing there. But the best thing to do is message me. If I'm not having a show we can arrange a studio visit!


What type of paints do you use?

Check out this guide I made about watercolor paints. And here's a guide about getting watercolor supplies.

But the short answer is- I'm not super picky. But I love Daniel Smith watercolors and I love Gamblin oil paints. That being said, I'll use anything professional grade where it really matters and student grade when I can get away with it.


How can I get better at art stuff?

I made a guide for this too. 5 things I recommend to improve art skills.


What is an NFT?

idk go ask your father.

Just kidding. The simplest explanation I've ever heard that weirdly helps:

"It's beanie babies for this generation"


They're good for artists because we get royalties on them and they are good for people that like to buy/sell/invest stuff like that (it's a crypto currency thing).


I have no idea who actually cares about having an NFT gallery. I think it's more about money and collecting.


I'd need a book, another degree and a marvel movie about it to wrap my mind around it. I was going to do a blog post on it, but I really don't think I have the expertise.

I recommend googling it.


Send me a question & I'll add it here!