Frenquently Asked Question
Q. How do you set a price on a painting?
A. Short answer: 30 cents per square inch. So a 16×20 paintings would cost 96$.
Long Answer: An artist usually set a “square per inch” calculation for his/her work. A starting artist would settle on something like 1 or 2 dollars, while a more well known one would go for more. I decided to go for 30 cents because of 2 reasons:
1) I paint rapidly and can output a much higher number of artwork than average.
2) I don’t agree with the whole “art’s gotta be pricey” idea.
Q. Can I buy this painting I saw on Facebook even if it’s not on your shop?
A. Everything that I sell is in the shop. If it’s not in the shop, it is either: already sold or will be there in the following days.
Q. I’ve ordered and received a painting but it got damage in the shipping.
A. Contact me via the form on the contact page
Q. I ordered a shirt with your paintings on it but my order’s got problem.
A. I can only help you with original paintings you purchased on my own website (www.eliecollins.ca). You will need to contact the shop from which you bought the printed item from, sorry!