Ethereal Geometry Arts
Ethereal Geometry Arts

Commissions

Name *
Name
The more details the better. Please include: 1) Subject details 2) Dimensions 3) Color Scheme 4) Medium 5) Frame details
Type N/A for digital projects and/or in-person pickup
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I do these in place of matte boards to give it the feel of being mounted to metal from an old rocket
Budget determines size and level of detail I will work with. Type N/A if budget is flexible.
This helps me prioritize as well as know if I can take on the job.

Do you have an idea you would like illustrated in my style? I am open to commissions, as long as I feel it’s something I’d be the right person for. I want it to be mutually beneficial. After all, art takes a significant amount of time, and is hard work. Here’s a FAQ about my work:

  • Q: What type of Art do I specialize in?

  • A: Surreal, sci-fi, aerospace, aviation, space art and anything with a dreamlike touch.

  • Q: What kind of commissions am I most likely to accept?

  • A: I will most likely always want to do accept commissions that will fit in with current or past bodies of work, as well as work that fits in with future directions I want to take my art. Anything ethereal in nature, Anything spacey, Anything to do with aerospace and aviation, Anything cosmic/astronomy-related, and even conceptual sci-fi, metaphysical and mythology related. **Sorry, but I do not do portraits of people or pets. I do not do sacred geometry, despite how the title of my website sounds. It is important to note that I also do not use media that I’m not proficient in - this includes Oil Paint, Acrylic Paint, Pastel, Colored Pencil.

  • Q: What Media do I work in?

  • A: I work in a variety of media but most prominently use Watercolor, India Ink, and Ballpoint.

  • Q: Do I work with payment plans?

  • A: Yes, on orders over $20

  • Q: Do I ship?

  • A: Yes, although shipping with glass is always risky

  • Q: What is my payment policy?

  • A: I take half up front, or an otherwise deposit we agree on up front. Art is delivered/handed over/shipped once work is paid in full. Shipping costs are extra on top of cost of commissioned work. I do not do refunds. I reserve the right to reproduce prints and post pictures of my work unless otherwise agreed upon or a Non-Disclosure Agreement is signed.

  • Q: How do I price my work?

  • A: Several things are factored in, including: Time it will take, level of detail and texture, b&w vs. color, combination of media used, framing. All these things are costly, both in time and supplies/materials and labor.

  • Q: Do I work for free/exposure?

  • A: No.

Here are some examples of commissions I’ve done:

A Phantastic Landing   Her grandpa flew an F-4 in the Birmingham Squadron  (Prints available)

A Phantastic Landing

Her grandpa flew an F-4 in the Birmingham Squadron

(Prints available)

Future of Rocketree: Coffee Break   On display at Alchemy Lounge at The Camp in Huntsville, AL. Features a family sitting around a camp fire drinking coffee in the coffee jungles of Honduras.  (Prints available)

Future of Rocketree: Coffee Break

On display at Alchemy Lounge at The Camp in Huntsville, AL. Features a family sitting around a camp fire drinking coffee in the coffee jungles of Honduras.

(Prints available)

Hello Sweetie   A wedding anniversary present to his wife, features important star dates in Gallifreyan, arranged like a solar system.

Hello Sweetie

A wedding anniversary present to his wife, features important star dates in Gallifreyan, arranged like a solar system.

 
Paint Me a Unicorn   She wanted a Unicorn and gave me full creative freedom  (Prints available)

Paint Me a Unicorn

She wanted a Unicorn and gave me full creative freedom

(Prints available)

Ladder to the Stars   The poster art and program cover art for the Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop  (Prints available)

Ladder to the Stars

The poster art and program cover art for the Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop

(Prints available)

Stuck ii u   Commissioned by a lady whose husband worked in the now-abandoned missile silo in Tuscan, AZ  (Prints available)

Stuck ii u

Commissioned by a lady whose husband worked in the now-abandoned missile silo in Tuscan, AZ

(Prints available)