Details + FAQs
Here are answers to questions that are frequently asked.
If you don’t see your question answered here, email me and I will get back to you asap and add it to the FAQs!
If you are a Gallery Owner, Curator or Art Consultant and are interested in representation in your city or showing my work, or a Store Owner interested in licensing or wholesale orders for resale in your store, please contact me directly by phone or email. 914 391- 6678, firstname.lastname@example.org.
I always offer a 20% Discount for Builders, Designers,, and Stagers. Contact me for more info. I will always do my best to work with your budget, we can always find something that works.
All of the pieces here are sold for your personal home or office space only. Please do not resell anything you purchase.
How do you price? Prices are based on time and materials. Anywhere from $1 - $2 per square inch. I value my time and work, each piece is a part of me, that I put a lot of time and love into. I always I offer layaway plans if there is something you love but can't afford right now. Remember Art work prices goes up every year not down, so if you love something.. grab it!
All my images are © Copyright Gabrielle Shannon Studio, and it is against the law to resell or copy any of my work. Please ask permission to interview me and please include links to my site when posting my images on your blog or website. I love talking about my art and my crazy creative life, so send me an email if interested.
Studio Visits – If you’d like to visit my Denver studio, or would like an in home consultation, please contact me and I am happy to set up an appointment.
Layaway Plan - I really believe everyone should have original Art in their home. If you love something and want to put it on layaway, email me. Terms are: 25% down and 25% for the next three months - payments must be made on time or unfortunately you will lose the deposit.
Paying for your art - Please pay by credit card on the site or Paypal. If you need me to send you an invoice for Paypal just ask. Absolutely NO CHECKS - Thank You
Original paintings and works are indicated as such, and the materials and canvas sizes are indicated on a per-painting basis. I reserve the right to reproduce or post any sold art work.
Commissions – I am happy to discuss commission work and will do everything I can to accommodate custom requests. Please contact me directly and we can discuss pricing and timing.
Art Prints are digital reproductions (Giclee Fine Art Prints) of original paintings on paper or canvas. That means that a professional printer is doing the printing. With appropriate inks that are very color specific and long lasting, resulting in a lovely quality image.
Sizes – Prints are available in standard framing sizes of 8”x10”, 11”x14” and 13”x19”. All prints are Signed and numbered and some are in limited runs. They are rolled into a tube to ship. Larger sizes can be requested and pricing will be discussed and agreed to prior to producing and shipping the works.
& Canvas Types
Watercolor Paper – is always of the highest quality.
Photo Rag – is a very beautiful, velvety, thick paper. The paper is specially formulated for digital inks & dyes and feels a lot like watercolor paper, with a softer tooth.
Canvas – are digital reproductions of paintings printed directly onto canvas. This canvas is coated to accept digital inks & dyes, but aside from that it looks and feels like regular painting canvas. Canvas prints must be stretched on your end. You can stretch yourself or take it to an art or framing shop to have it mounted
Framing – Prints are printed on standard framing sizes, so it is possible to place prints in pre-built frames that match the size of the print.
If you want your prints in a larger frame with a mat, I suggest you buy a ready made frame that is larger than your print. Take your print and your frame to a framer (like Binders, Micheals, Sam Flax, Dick Blick, etc.) and have them cut a custom sized matt for you. It will fit your print perfectly, and so your piece will look custom framed, but its so very much cheaper than custom framing.
Pottery Barn (free shipping usually), Ikea, West Elm, and CB2 all have nice frames at a good price. I don’t suggest you buy a frame and mat before your receive your print. You need to see the print to choose the matt color, and make sure that it is sized just right.
Digital Files – I do not sell or distribute digital files of my works.
If you wish to use something for an anniversary, birthday, or wedding invitation cards or something similar including licensing for products please email me or call and we can discuss your needs and how to best produce what you need.
The Fine Print
Sales are final. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you have 7 days from the date of purchase to contact me to arrange an exchange of equal or greater value. Photos of the work are as accurate as possible, but please note that colors may differ slightly from monitor to monitor. I am more than happy to send additional photos of the work or a video to help decide if it is the right piece for you. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to reach out, as your happiness is most important. We are happy to help in anyway before you make your final decision.
Note about colors: Colors may be slightly different than what you see on the computer screen, but we work very hard to make sure that the prints are very close to what you see on screen.
If returning something because of damage, we will replace it, or you can have a credit towards something else. Sending art back is tricky, it must be photographed and packed really well. Ultimately it is the responsibility of the buyer to ship back.
Shipping large paintings: Large paintings are sent UPS, crated, or Rolled in a tube. The Tube will contain the painting rolled in paper along with the stretcher bars. Any local framer can easily stretch the painting for you and will save you hundreds on large scale art. If you prefer them crated, we use a freighting company. They will create a custom crate and delivery will be 7-10 days after they pick up your painting from my studio. When you check out you are paying an estimated shipping charge, we will email you and get your full mailing address to continue the shipping process. You will be invoiced or refunded for the shipping charges depending on the exact quote to ship to your door. If you are in or near Denver truck delivery can be arranged.
Shipping small paintings: Anything under 36 inches usually ships USPS (though there may be exceptions on a case by case basis, depending on where your location and the exact proportions of the work.) Larger pieces are shipped Fed Ex or UPS. Small paintings and prints are shipped priority or 1st class mail. Your shipping fee covers the cost of postage, shipping materials & labor. I try to give an exact price from post office. Cost is around $50-$300, including packing and insurance, depending on size. Smalls are usually around $12-$25.
We ship orders once a week:
Prints are mailed within three days. If the prints are damaged in the shipping process, please contact us immediately and we will gladly replace your print.