This is the most important step in the commissioning process; the more specific and detailed you are in your brief, the better I will be able to capture your wildest ideas.
Don't know where to start? Have a look through my portfolio or Instagram for visual references. Scroll through Pinterest or Etsy and show me a few styles and colours that catch your breath (for example, muted or bold, figurative or abstract). If you have photographs, sketches or anything else that can help give me an idea of the style you prefer.
Then I'd like to know how you want the piece to make you FEEL. I love this part! What's the mood, what can we capture, emotionally? This will influence the energy I put into creating your piece from the mood I get myself into and even the music I listen to as I infuse your vision into your one-of-a-kind commission.
Finally, I'll need to know specific size requirements (if you can send me a photo of where the work will hang that always helps!), and whether or not you want your piece framed in Tasmanian Oak (if you want something different you can always take it to a local framer.
I'll give you an approximate timeframe of when I think your piece will be complete.Email me
or book a chat over the phone
if you still have questions.