Shop Policies


Accepted Payment Methods:

PayPal. All major credit cards (Visa, MC, American Express, Discover). Apple Pay.

If you'd rather pay with personal check, cashier check or money order, please contact me. Personal checks must clear before the work will be shipped.


Shipping method is typically USPS Priority. My shipping and handling is free on most of my products for domestic USA & Canada. World wide shipping is also available. Original artwork and printed material is typically shipped out on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of every week from Salt Lake City, UT. If you have any special requests or need your shipment sent out faster, please let me know.
Also, please note: I use signature confirmation on orders over $300 value. If you need this changed either way please let me know.

Note: For international shipping, prices do not include any customs fees, duties, or VAT charges. Most countries charge a tax for goods entering the country. Sometimes goods under a certain value, or in certain categories, do not incur taxes. Unfortunately there is no way for us to know the rules, regulations and customs fees of every single country.

Please contact me if you have any further questions or concerns.


Original artwork and Printed Material: I offer full refunds within 15 days of receiving the artwork. Buyer pays for return shipping. Please contact me prior to returning the work.

Sales Tax:

I'm required to collect 6.85% sales tax on all orders within the state of Utah. (USA)


All original work is painted directly on archival panel or linen mounted to panel.

Prints are printed using archival inks on heavy 10 mil satin paper

Prices DO NOT include frames. However, custom framing is available upon request

I take every step to ensure the image is as accurate as possible to the original painting. However variations in color my occur due to monitor differences.



Thank you for visiting my shop. Please contact me if you have any questions or comments.

A little about me

I have been a full time, professional artist and instructor for over 16 years. I sell my art in some of the most prestigious galleries in the US and I have a worldwide collector base.

The original artwork I sell here in my shop, I consider to be studies and sketches. Studies are the lifeblood of any artist, they are often made to assist in completing more finished paintings but they are also for practice. Just as a musician practices every day to improve, so does the visual artist. Each one of these sketches is a unique and direct record of its subject matter. Many times they are not painted from edge to edge, meaning they still show the "process". They are what they are, but therein lies the charm of each one.


Why we need art in out lives

I collect original art myself. My little growing collection of art has more intrinsic value than anything else I own. Phones, computers even cars come and go, but my art collection remains and I enjoy it every single day. A little more on this coming soon.