Ordering a painting
You can have your pet’s portrait painted by Amy Beth Geerling Payne for a few dollars, some photos and some information. Take a look at some of Amy’s past commissioned works here.
Who is it for?
If the portrait is a gift, and you are uncertain of what the recipient might want, a Gift Certificate makes giving a painting very easy. If the portrait is a gift and you have a good idea of what the recipient would like, or the painting is for yourself, continue reading.
When do you need it?
If you have a set date you would like the work done by, or if you just want to be next in the queue, use this ordering form to place your order. Choose the beginning or end of the month that you would like the work – your (in-hands date).
What do I have to send in?
I work from photographs, so I require decent photographs or images of a similar animal with a description of the pet:
- good or better quality photographs of the subject’s head (good photography makes for a good finished painting). Use our file service at wetransfer with clear labels and descriptions (if that’s important to the project).
- preferred colors if any, and style of clothing if any
- names of animals and recipients
- genders of subjects (if pertinent to the finished painting)
How do I pay?
I accept PayPal payments to supah (at) supah.com , cash or card in person at The Rust Belt Market during weekend retail hours, or via invoice through the portrait ordering form. Please, contact me with any questions you might have. You do not need a PayPal account to use your credit card with PayPal. If you do not or can not use PayPal, contact me to discuss your preferred method of payment. We will work with you.
Portrait Gift Card
Using a gift card will allow you to do the giving, and give the recipient to choose exactly what they want.
If you would like to hand over a physical gift card like the one shown here using the button below for $200 + shipping. If you would like a different amount, contact us!