"NEVER STOP! KEEP YOUR WHEELS TURNING"
This is a reproduction fine art PRINT or CANVAS of an original mixed media
piece done on a raised art panel.
It is printed on Kodak Endura Luster photo paper with archival inks.
It is ready to frame or you can matte and frame it how you choose.
The Wrapped CANVAS is 1.5 inches deep with turquoise sides and has a gloss finish.
**We do not inflate shipping costs- the prices of the prints have been adjusted to make up for shipping differences (since Etsy only allows one price).
It is mailed in a non-bendable mailer, tube, or box depending on the size.
**Prints ship 1-2 business days, Canvases ship 3-5 business days.
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All Images Copyright Danny Phillips Art 2010
I am happy to accept all payment methods available on Etsy, including credit cards and Paypal. My Paypal account is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Typically, I ship USPS first class and priority depending on costs and sizes. My postage prices represent that. I do not inflate prices intentionally. International items can take 2-4 weeks to arrive, and tracking is not available for purchase. If you believe your item was lost in the mail, I will happily resend another one.
Original artwork is always insured and tracked, and I will forward that info to you as well.
If you do not like your item or the quality, please contact me and I will do my best to make it right. Sometimes things do get lost or do not seem the same in person. If you are unhappy, i will be unhappy until the situation is settled.
If you believe your item was lost in the mail, I will happily resend another one.
I love getting ideas from my customers. If you have a cool picture, I can take it and silhouette it and use it in my work.
Convo me if you are interested in pricing for a custom painting.
Also, I am currently printing archival inks on Endura paper, but would be happy to make custom sizes for you--or giclee prints. They come typically on a watercolor like paper. Obviously the costs would be higher. Just ask.