Frequently Asked Questions

Below, find answers about commissioning a piece as well as materials used, pricing structure, and shipping.



How do commissions work?

I'm so happy you're interested in a commissioned piece! I would love to make you a special painting, whether for your own home or as a gift for a loved one. 

Your first step is to get in touch and let us know what you're looking for. Once we hear from you, we'll invite you to share more details and will then hop on the phone to discuss your piece. Exciting! 

What is the pricing for commissions? 

Commissioned paintings are priced per linear inch (Length + Width = Linear Inch). 

Commissioned works on paper are $17 per linear inch, and those can range from 5x5 (10 linear inches x $17 = $170) to 30x40 (70 linear inches x $17 = $1,190). 

Commissioned works on canvas are $19 per linear inch, ranging from 5x5 to 48x60. 


Materials Used

Do you paint in other medium besides watercolor?

Currently, I work in watercolor, india ink, and graphite on paper. For canvas paintings, I work in acrylic ink, as it behaves like watercolor on a canvas surface. I am not currently working in oil, pastel, or any other medium. 

What is the paper quality of originals?

I use Arches Cold-Press Watercolor paper, 140lb. This is a fine paper with the perfect amount of texture, not too smooth and not too rough. I've loved my Arches watercolor blocks for years, and I wouldn't want to use anything else!

What kind of canvas do you use?

I paint on the highest quality Windsor & Newton canvases with a gallery-wrap edge, which provides completely smooth canvas on all sides. Its 1.65" thickness looks elegant and lovely when leaning against or hanging on a wall. 



How much do original paintings cost?

Pieces on paper are $16.67 per linear inch (Length + Width = Linear Inch). Currently, I am working in 8x10's which are $300 for originals.

You can view all available paintings here.


Packaging, Shipping, and Delivery

How are paintings delivered?

Paintings are hand-packaged and shipped to your home, within two weeks. Each package is carefully wrapped to protect your pieces, and a handwritten note is enclosed. 


About the Artist

Where can I learn more about Sarah and her process?

Sarah's bio, painting inspiration and process, and story are all here

Her articles are here, and her poems are here