Yes! I do accept limited finishwork commissions (including portrait likenesses), please contact me directly at ZornArt@gmail.com. I will answer any email that I receive, if you don't hear from me, please ask again. If painted pieces are offered up for sale, my Yahoogroup will receive the announcements, as will my Facebook Page Zorn Art Studio To join the Yahoogroup, click here.
Please contact me at ZornArt@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Thank you! -Karen
Pieces are finished in mixed media with a variety of techniques: Top quality acrylic basecoats are applied with a professional-grade airbrush, nothing beats the airbrush for a smooth rich glowing finish with outstanding shading. All details are done by hand with acrylics, pigment dust/pastels, pencils, inks, and charcoal.All pinto, appaloosa, and fleabit grey work is done by hand. I use very high quality artist's materials for every step of the finishwork process.
*Please note that bodies, prepping and postage are extra! I can provide limited prepping services; for more extensive work (stripping, raw castings, Eberls, I have a preferred prepper Gina Hyatt of Dog Hair Studio (email@example.com).
*I do minor repairs and or customization on pieces that I will be painting.
*I am happy to work with international customers.
*All prices are individually determined.
*Turnaround time is based on how busy I am at the time, and how complex your piece is. I will try to work with your schedule as best I can.
Your satisfaction is extremely important, and I will do what I can to assure this.
PRICING INFORMATION (please request formal quote).
Pricing is determined on an individual basis.
To give you an idea of a starting point, Traditionals start at $299 for solids, miniatures start at $150 for solids. Pinto, appaloosa, and fleabit grey work is all meticulously done by hand, and will be quoted on an individual basis and does add to the base cost. Hand worked pieces (hand-done fleabitten or dappled greys; hand-done roans; extensive homozygous tobianos; and roaned blanket appaloosas typically run $450-$600 for traditionals.
I generally accept short timepayments. To give yourself longer to pay, please pay in full with PayPal, and select their financing option called "Bill Me Later"! If you qualify, it gives you six months interest free to pay (please see their terms).
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