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Palm Trees

Commissions

If the painting you really like from Julie has sold already, or the one available isn't quite the right size... Don't panic - you can have one painted specifically for your home.

Whether you've got a picture of a house or landscape in mind, or you need the artwork to fit a certain space, the solution is to get one made bespoke.

 

Get in touch with Julie or Montville Art Gallery to discuss your options.

Frequently asked questions can be found at the bottom of this page.

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Case Study 01

Large 44" canvas

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Case Study 02

Small 5x7" Paper

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Case Study 03

Small 5x7" Paper

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Case Study 04

Triptych 40" Canvas

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FAQs

Your questions answered!

Q. 01

Are commissions more expensive than ones already in the gallery?

No. All prices are based on the size of the canvas.

Q. 03

How long does the process take?

Usually allow 4-5 weeks for the painting itself. The start date would need to be discussed depending on availability in the commission calendar.

Q. 05

What happens if I don't like the finished painting?

Before the actual painting on canvas is created, a smaller colour study is made which will be the guide for the final artwork. This painting would be signed off by you before the larger work is undertaken. In the unlikely event that you don't like the final artwork, you are not obliged to purchase it. However, Julie reserves the right to sell it in the gallery, even if it is based on a photo you have supplied.

Q. 02

Do I have to pay a deposit?

Yes. A 10% deposit is required to secure your spot in the commission calendar. Once the final artwork has been approved, the remaining amount would be paid before delivery of the painting.

Q. 04

Does the painting have to be of tropical Queensland?

Julie specialises in artworks of Queensland, weatherboard homes, palm trees, pools. Please bear this in mind when requesting a commission based on your own photo. It has to be a good fit!

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