Commission Me!

From your idea to completion, I am here to guide you in commissioning your original art work.

CONTACT ME today -  513.543.2055

1. Tell me what you want

We will meet to discuss what your looking for & where the art will be placed        

2. I will get to work on sketches

Based on our conversation I will create sketches of proposed work & you will get to review several concept sketches

3. Select your favorite

I will get to work creating your original piece of art

Over the years I have completed several commissioned pieces of art from wall sculptures for private homes, to public art for municipalities to Logo Sculptures for corporations. 

CONTACT ME today -  513.543.2055



Commission Process

Looking for a custom piece?


To begin a commission a $300.00 development fee is charged (I retain ownership & copyright to all sketches) If the commission is $300.00 or below 1/3 of the price will be considered the development fee.


I can either visit the space or you can send some photos for me to work from. Email photos to


I will develop at least 3 sketches - from those sketches we will refine the design, material and size


A quote will be issued and the timeline set


After a piece is chosen from the sketch a 50% deposit is made (your development fee is applied to this deposit) 


work is delivered when payments on the piece is complete


If you are not completely satisfied for any reason, at any stage of the process, or for 30 days after the delivery of the artwork, all money, minus the development fee, will be returned. The artwork will be returned to the artists and will be resold.


Why should I pay to have an original commission done?


I have never commissioned art before. How much should I expect to pay?


What is the design fee?


What information will we discuss at the first meeting?


Can we communicate via email or do we need to meet in person?


How long will it take to create my piece


What if the sketches are not quite what I want - can I request changes? Will there be an extra charge?


Will I get to see my art being made?


How do I care for my art?