Click the Add to Basket link next to any piece of art and continue through to the checkout. All major credit and debit cards are accepted, I also take bank transfers or you can pay on the day if I deliver it in person (see question below).
Yes. Wherever I can. I love to meet the people who buy my work and it also gets me out of the studio. I get some very strange looks from people who buy my art when the guy who painted it turns up at their front door. Even though I say I will I really don’t think anyone actually believes I will come, but I do. If you want to see what a piece looks like before you buy then I will drive to see you and we will hang it together. You will be amazed and excited when you see one of my paintings hanging in your own space. This is available on works over £350 and involves no extra charge.
You have seven days from the time you receive it to make sure you are happy with it. If you aren’t I’ll get it picked up and your money refunded. See my How to Buy my work page for full details. YOU ARE FULLY PROTECTED AND HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE!
All canvases are wrapped several times in bubble wrap, then wrapped with a cardboard skin and then shrink-wrapped for protection. This is included in the cost of your painting. The really big stuff requires handling via a specialist in art preparation. Anyway, it’s all covered in the purchase price.
You can read all the helpful information about shipping and delivery by clicking on the How to Buy my work page.
Well I’m not going to go all Sigmund Freud on the subject but let’s just say it’s because I like it OK?, and there aren’t that many artists working in large format these days. Part of the reason is down to the techniques I use – they can only really be shown off in a large scale. Having said that, if you think owning something over four or five feet wide is a problem then think again – I sell to lots of people who have never had a big one before (?). Once they have big they are hooked. It’s definitely the way forward…
No. I don’t enjoy painting representational art. I’ve done one but would rather gouge out my eyes with a rusty nail.
Not at the moment as I don’t seem to have enough paintings to hold any kind of event – I keep selling the things. I’m not really an exhibition lover. Besides, it’s a lot of hassle transporting canvases around and paying hideous commissions to gallery owners
Absolutely not. Buy from this website only – you can’t get my work anywhere else.
Never had a day’s tuition in my life. All my work comes from my head. I don’t know any arty words or ponse around in strange clothes. I couldn’t tolerate someone telling me how and what to paint.
I work from a light industrial unit and a large studio. I also have a viewing area where you can come and see a piece (by appointment only). Coffee machine is always on.
No it isn’t. It is a nickname given to me by a very close friend many years ago. I use it because it’s different…I like different. I don’t take anything too seriously I’m afraid. People think I have a Mexican origin but I don’t, like I said it’s just a nickname.
94.636 I think?