Unless stated otherwise, all art prints ordered on this website are fulfilled by Fine Art America, one of the leading print on demand companies in the business. They are well known for their quality assurance, museum quality prints, and their generous 30 day money back guarantee.

Fine Art America's Satisfaction GuaranteeIn my years of offering prints through Fine Art America, I have yet to have a print returned. At the same time, I rest easier at night knowing that this no-questions-asked policy is in place. I love knowing my patrons are happy with their artwork!. Allowing Fine Art America to handle fulfillment and specifically the art of producing brilliant prints allows me to concentrate on creating my art.

Even given this great track record, I want to assure you, if you were to have any concerns about the prints you receive, I am here to make sure you are happy displaying my work or giving it as a gift. I welcome and encourage questions before and after the sale.

It's one of the highest compliments when people bring a piece of my art into their lives and I want to hear that you are as happy as previous customers!


After a couple of years offering my fine art prints on a tiered pricing based on popularity, I have simplified pricing. Pricing going forward is simply based on the size of the print purchased. Periodically I have to review my pricing, so, if you see something you like it's always to your benefit to purchase it sooner than later!

What You Are Purchasing:

Your purchase through this site is for an art print that I hope you will display and enjoy in the location of your choosing, be it home, office, or other.

I believe the following is directed at a very small minority of people, but purchase of a print does not entitle the recipient of a print the right to publish, copy, license, or otherwise make derivative versions of the artwork. If you are interested in using my work for other purposes, please contact me and we can work out the details.

A Brief Note on Monitor Calibration:

Many of us don't realize that just as we may not like the color on one TV versus another when shopping for a new set, screens for our PCs, laptops and other devices also vary widely. And they also change over time, such that the color, contrast, and brightness over time will not be the same for any monitor no matter how good.

There's a ton of information online about monitor calibration that you can read at your leisure, but the average person is unlikely to purchase a monitor calibration tool like the x-rite i1Display Pro I personally use to make sure my art prints match what I see on my screen. You can, however, get some idea if your monitor display is fairly accurate using sites like this one.

I believe that for 99% of the people reading this if you like the image you see on your screen, you'll love the print you receive. Many of my past customers have liked what they received better than what they saw on their monitor. However, if it's crucial that a given color in one of my images matches your some element of your decor, drop me a note and we'll see what we can work out sample wise.