A few words about my attitude to selling my work.
People got ripped off when it took a master many months to produce a painting so today what hope have you got of not being conned?
An honest policy is important to anyone buying art.
Any number of prints can be made from a negative.
A digital file can be copied any number of times with no image degradation and it will be hard to determine which was the "original".
I can only be as honest as possible but I can not vouch for all the low life's that inhabit planet Earth.
I want people to enjoy my art and if you want to own it I want you to enjoy it confident in the knowledge that you understand exactly what you have bought. If you buy what you believe is a unique print you will be upset if copies on sale in Woolworths next week.
Ultimately my reputation relies on my honesty.
1. If you buy a work it will be supplied with a signed certificate explaining what you have purchased.
2. If you purchase "exclusive rights" to the image, I will guarantee that no other copy of that image has previously been sold or will be made available for sale.
3. If you purchase a "limited edition" image then that image will be numbered, signed and I will guarantee that no copies will be made available beyond that edition.
4. I keep a record of all signed images that I have produced and are no longer in my possession.
5. Copyright is never sold unless specifically agreed by written contract.
Copyright proof to all my work is held by my solicitor. The same solicitor holds copies of all sales agreements.