Gwenda Linders

Process for requesting an artwork


1. Discuss wishes
Please contact me to discuss your wishes so we can look at the possibilities together. Think about size, composition and delivery time.
Do you have a nice empty wall where you would like to hang a beautiful wildlife artwork, or maybe you would like a memory of your beloved pet? Together we will look for an artwork that suits you best.


3. Set-up and creation of artwork
Once we have agreed on the set-up and the picture, I create a digital example with the agreed composition.
Before I start the artwork I ask for a 30% down payment, and after this the magic can begin.
I make use of high-quality lightfast materials that guarantee a long life span and by means of photographs you will be regularly informed about the progress.

2. Reference photo
I like to get to know your pet through the photos you send and a description of their character. To give me the best possible picture of what the animal looks like, I like to receive several good photos. Photos should preferably be taken in daylight at eye level where the animal is not too far or close.
I understand that during a memorial visitation it is not possible to take new photos, and I can work from lower quality photos when this is not possible. However, please keep in mind that the artwork will be slightly less detailed.
If you would like a wildlife artwork, but do not have suitable photos of this yourself, I can use my own gallery and contact with photographers.

4. Shipping
Once the artwork is completely to your liking, it is packed very carefully so that nothing can happen to it. It is possible to pick up the artwork in Someren (NB), or to have it shipped.
Depending on the size, the artwork is provided with a white passe partout, so you can frame it at home.
See below for an overview of the prices.