| ||How can I protect my original watercolor?|
Even though I select my watercolor paints only from among those that are most lightfast, it is never a good idea to hang an original watercolor in direct sunlight. When framing your watercolor you can choose glass or acrylic with ultra-violet filtering properties which will help preserve the colors of your painting.
| ||Who owns the copyright on original paintings?|
International copyright law provides that artists retain the copyright of their original work after it has been sold.
| ||What kind of paper will my painting be on?|
My usual choice is 140 pound cold press paper. My favorite brands are Arches, Lanaquarelle and Fabriano.
| ||How will my painting or print be sent?|
Your art work will be mailed in a sturdy cardboard envelope or tube that is designed to protect its contents. You painting will be sent by U.S. Priority Mail to the United States or by Royal Mail to Europe.
| ||How can I order a painting or print?|
Just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and I will send you information on shipping, mailing and insurance charges. At that point you can confirm the sale with a credit card or, if your prefer, with a check.