You Are Creative 

And I want to help make your vision come to life!  

If you are ready to order, please purchase your commission through my shop and I will contact you shortly. Still have questions? Read on! 

1. Decisions, decisions

What to Paint

I am happy to discuss your unique order with you - landscape, homes, churches or animals.

Please provide reference pictures so that I can match your vision for our painting.


2. The details

Custom watercolor 

  • 9 inch by 12 inch*
  • 100% cotton paper
  • Professional archival watercolors

Once reference pictures and payment are received, please allow up to 1-3 weeks for completion and shipment. The price below includes shipping via USPS Priority Mail.**

Price: $85

*While the paper is sized to 9x12, the image is typically 8x10 to allow for framing. 

**A rush fee of $25 or more may apply if a painting is desired on short notice.

3. There and back again

What to Expect

After I receive payment and reference pictures, I start working on your painting. This means that I cannot offer refunds once I have started your painting but I will be in touch through email to show you progress pictures and the final proof before shipping off your painting.

I use recycled cardboard to carefully protect and package your painting. 

P.S. Many people have cried when they received their orders. Have tissues nearby. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you offer framing services?

A: At the current time, I am only able to frame orders for local customers living in the Raleigh area. 

Q: What size frame should I purchase for the custom painting?

A: The custom watercolor paintings look best, in my opinion, in frames that are sized for 11 inch by 14 inch pictures and matted to 8 inch by 10 inch. Be sure to look for an acid-free mat to maintain the longevity of your art piece. If you need suggestions on locations to purchase frames, please email me.

Q: How long will my painting last?

A: Watercolor paintings can maintain their vibrancy for hundreds of years if they are completed on acid-free paper with high quality pigments and kept out of direct sunlight. I've handled part of that for you - I only use the highest quality 100% cotton rag paper with either Windsor & Newton or Sennelier paints. When framing, look for mats that are acid free, and remember that direct sunlight over time can break down the pigments in the paint. 


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