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How do I purchase a painting?

Every painting on the website has information on where it can be purchased.  If there is a gallery listed you will need to contact that gallery and purchase directly from them.  If there is no gallery listed please either click the button or contact me to request more information or express interest in purchasing.

If you find a work available through me direct then you can either pay by credit card or PayPal.

I do offer payment plans for any painting over $1000.  You can choose from 2 – 6 months payments to pay for your new painting.  Please just specify how much time you need and what day of the month you would like to be billed and I will email you an invoice at that time. You may pay by check, credit card or PayPal for your installment payments.

Does my painting come framed?

Just those paintings where you also find a photo with a frame is framed and the frame is included as I have chosen the frame especially for this painting. If you don’t want the frame or you have your own framer, please, let me know and I will adjust the price of the painting accordingly.

What happens after purchasing?

After your final payment has been received, your painting will be carefully packaged and shipped via DHL. The paintings are insured during shipping if it is mentioned at the checkout information. If it was not mentioned and you’d like it to be insured, just let me know. I’ll check that and tell you the price as soon as possible.  If you need another shipper please just specify which you prefer by emailing me.  Paintings need to be unwrapped and unboxed as soon as possible to let breathe.

How does my painting come shipped?

Paintings need to be unwrapped and unboxed as soon as possible to let breathe. You don’t want to leave them in the box for too long. So if you are giving as a gift unpack them and the re-pack when ready to gift. Carrying insurance on the painting after it arrives in your possession is your responsibility. All paintings will be shipped DRY (I do not ship wet paintings), varnished, signed and a certificate (unless stated otherwise) with title.

Do you do commissions?

I will do a commission depending on the request. Please just contact me if you have a particular painting idea and size in mind and we can go from there.  Commissions once accepted require a non-refundable 50% deposit to begin the work and the other 50% upon completion.   I do not allow changes to be made on the commissions and the original down payment is non-refundable. If you have particular heirlooms that you would like painted I prefer you to ship them to me to set up in the painting.

How to care for your paintings?

To dust your  oil and acrylic painting over time you can use a lint free cloth or a dry soft hair paintbrush and run it back and forth from the top to the bottom allowing all the dust to fall off.  Never use anything liquid to clean it with.  If you do happen to get a scratch on the painting this is usually just in the surface of the varnish and a new layer of the same varnish will correct it.

For watercolor, pastels or drawings it is always best to leave them under glass in the frame. However, you can clean the glass.

Never put a painting in full sun or in a dark damp place. Both will cause damage. Too much sun will bleach out the colors over time no matter the varnish. Store it in a dark humid place and it will darken the painting and mold damage and warping is possible.

What materials do you use?

work with oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors and graphite. For oils I use 0.6” gessoed MDF panels (some are coated with linen or primed stretched canvases. Acrylics always come on primed stretched canvases. Watercolor always come on papers, as graphite drawings do. Pastels are mostly on sanded paper by Sennelier or other manufacturer.

All works are varnished with Winsor&Newton products to keep the colors and the work’s quality.

What is What we love?

„What we love“ (short WWL) gives you a fresh view on your life – with pen, paper and you treasures.
It is a project for everybody to take part.
We occupy ourselves with our treasures
  • that are either hidden in a cupboard or in a box or or you’ve put them for every visitor to see on the windowsill or on the mantelpiec, as e.g. grandma’s vase or grandpa’s cigar box.
  • that come from your past because they are close to your heart: from the special photo to the seashell from the first holiday without your parents.
  • that are brandnew. You look at them lovingly from time to time, as a doll or a self-built dragon or anything else.
What about your boxex? What’s in them?

What is the purpose?

It’s always great to look at your treasures in a new way, but that not all:
  1. You see, how many deep stories your life owns already.
  2. You find out who many valuable treasures you have.
  3. You try yourself in writing, improve and maybe you find more in it.
  4. You try yourself in painting/drawing, improve and perhaps find more in it than some fun from the childhood.
  5. You get back to old or get new passions, pleasure and loves that are possibly buried under Corona at the moment.
  6. You discover that brandnew treasures can be more than you’ve guessed when you got or found them.
  7. You learn that treasures open a big conversation pool for family, friends etc. already when you collect the facts for their stories.
  8. You find out that you can give pleasure to your beloved ones with the result from WWL.
  9. You could be inclined to resume old relations.
  10. You see that your past doesn’t make you just sad because it’s over, but we can be thankful for having been a part of it.

How does What we love work?

Have you read the explanation already?

It’s a project for everyone. It’s free if you’d just like to join the Facebook group “What we love”, read, look, get ideas, ask questions and enjoy the company of other treasure hunters and finders.

You decide if you want more.

If you want a one-to-one with me from time to time while working on your treasure (writing or painting) to talk about it, get direct advice, just write me an email.

I’d be happy to help.

How can I participate in What we love?

Have you read the explanation already?

If you still a bit insecure with your treasures, you could start on your own. Just click yourself through my offerings. I’m sure you find some questions or texts that resonate with you. Get pen, paper and one treasure and begin – nobody has to see your words or pictures.

If you need advice, ideas or questions to start or to go on, write me an email or a message on Facebook. Perhaps you’d like to enter the group “What we love”?

If you’d like just create with me, write me, too. I’m happy to help.

Join us in our Facebook Group


“What we love” gives you a fresh look at your life – with pen, paper and your treasures.

It is a project that is open to everyone.

And what is in your cupboard or in your attic?

Read on…

I have received the painting. It is absolutely delightful! Thank you so much.

Kerry from Australia

” I already have it hanging on the wall, -being admired from every angle and well scrutinised for techniques and use of colour and form.”

Christine from Scotland

I just received the tartlet painting I purchased from you. I absolutely love it, you have such talent to showcase the subject. It is a beautiful artwork . Do you have another one which would match it?

Nancy from California


“I received your painting today. I LOVE IT…”

Robin from Canada

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