How to commission a piece of art?

Murmuration. Painting by Swann Freslon

I do commissions! It is a demanding process that I particularly cherish. And because it is often something that I am asked for, I wanted to share with you how commissioning me a painting works. So, here we go...

Why Should You Commission Art?

You love my art, and you really would like to hang one of my pieces on your wall, but you don't find anything that fits this space in your living room? Or one of my paintings caught your eye but it's not exactly the right dimensions or colors you were envisioning?

That is when commissioning me with a painting makes sense!

(Let's talk)

What does it mean?

A commission refers to a client (you) paying an artist (me) to create a custom work of art. It is usually similar to one of my previous or current work but it caters to you.

In other words, you commission me to create that unique piece of art that meets your unique needs.

Why should you commission art?

Commissioning a piece of art is the opportunity to partner with me to create a one-of-a-kind piece, made only for you where you can choose the style, colors, and dimensions you like.

How does it work?

Start by browsing my available paintings, whether in real life at a show or online, on my website. That way, you will have a better idea of my style, the various colors I use, the dimensions, and the type of movements that make my paintings what they are.

Once you have an idea of the style you would like, let's talk!

What are the next steps?

My goal is for you to be happy with the process and to love that unique piece of art that you commissioned. I am working hard so you are satisfied with the result. And even if making a commission is a very demanding process, it is one that I truly enjoy.

I do a limited number of commissions every year to make sure that the piece you will cherish so much is getting my full attention. So, contact me and let's start working on that fabulous new custom piece of art that will soon fabulously complement your esthetics!

The Blue Path. Painting by Swann Freslon

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