What is Encaustic?
Encaustic is a mixture of filtered beeswax and damar resin. Its origin dates back to greek artists from the 5th century BC.
My paintings are primarily oil paintings, with a small small portion being encaustic medium.
How do I care for your paintings?
There is no upkeep for my work. Once it's hung on the wall, no maintenance is required. Like all paintings, be sure not to hang the work in direct sunlight.
I don't live in the United States, can I still buy your work?
Yes, as long as your country's currency is supported by Stripe. Contact me through the contact section not arrange the sale.
How much does international shipping cost?
Shipping artwork internationally varies greatly depending on the size of the work and the destination. Expect shipping to cost $400-$1,000 USD. If you would like an exact quote, be sure to reach out.
Can I commission a painting?
Yes, I'd be happy to work with you on creating a unique piece. Send me an email and let's chat.
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes. I can split the purchase price into three/four/five monthly installments. Contact me to learn more.
Where can I view your work in person?
There is select inventory at Mary Martin Gallery in Charleston, SC and Bennett Gallery in Nashville, TN. You may schedule a studio visit as well in Nashville, TN.