Frequently Asked Questions

Shipping Paintings

Within Australia my paintings are transported door to door using an Art Courier.

This service is full insured and performed by experienced art handlers.

Shipping varies according to location and can be quoted upon request.

Generally for East Coast deliveries cost range between $180 and $300

Yes! Paintings can be Shipped in a crate via Courier or the canvas can be posted rolled in a tube ready for stretching by a framer at your location. Prices differ greatly and can be quoted on request.

Shipping Prints

Once your order has been sent you will receive a text from Australia Post, this is backed up by an email with the details through our shop, please allow 1-2 weeks for your order to be shipped as they are printed, signed and editioned to order.

All prints are handled with the utmost care when being placed into the postal tubes or flat packaging. Both the printer and the artist witness the prints being packed and do not allow for any imperfections to be passed onto clients. It is recommended that the Print stays safely in the tube until framing to avoid creasing or damage to the edges.


‘Full Bleed’ means the image extends to the edge of the finished paper size

‘White Border’ means the image finishes 15mm to 30mm away from the edge of the paper on all four sides depending on print size.

This is often personal preference or determined by how you want to frame the print, if you are unsure get in touch or ask your framer for advice.

Oversized A4 or A4+ is a American paper size, larger than standard A4 (of course) 

Its dimensions are 250mm x 337mm, this provides more room for the image.

I can arrange framing with one of my recommended framers based in Melbourne, for outside Melbourne I would suggest taking the packaged print to a local framer.


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Sorry, due to the process of printing to demand we can't accept exchanges or returns.

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