Saturday mood

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Contact me about your initial idea. You talk, I listen! Share your inspiration and the basic project details with me.

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I send you a proposal detailing final cost estimate, some initial sketches, and a contract draft.

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We syncronize our watches and get your project on our calendars.

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I visit the mural site to evaluate size, surface conditions, and hear your ideas in person! 

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You approve the design, look over the contract and seal the deal!

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Now the fun part begins! Let's get that beautiful art on your walls!

want a Quote For a Mural?

Here's what the process looks like:

or keep scrolling to learn more

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Painting Easels

Have questions about custom art on canvas?

Watch this video from my Instagram to learn more about my process when you want to create a custom piece with me!

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here are the things that I consider when creating a custom quote:

 

  • Wall Size. The sheer size of the project is the first factor I take into account when calculating the price. I find the area in square feet upon my first visit to the painting site.
     

  • Heights. The height and complexity of the mural will invariably determine the need for special equipment such as scaffolding or lifts. 
     

  • Distance. I am located in Northwest Arkansas and look forward to taking on projects that allow me to travel. Jobs outside an hour travel radius may incur travel fees.
     

  • Level of Detail. A more detailed painting will take more time and requires more skill! Sometimes bigger surfaces require less detail because they are viewed at a distance (this is not always the case), and smaller canvases or walls require more attention to detail. 
     

  • Surface. Some walls need a little extra TLC before they are ready to paint, whether that be filling in cracks and holes or a good power wash, this step is crucial to the longevity of the painting.
     

  • Protection. Outdoor walls run a higher risk of fading from sunlight. A protective coating may be something you want to consider if the artwork gets a lot of direct sunlight.