Pricing

Buying art Should be fun.

Complicated pricing isn't fun, so we've made it simple.

Our paintings are all priced according to their size and by whether or not they come with stretcher bars.

Paintings With Stretcher Bars Included

Our stretched paintings come with special, patented stretcher bar system that allows you to hang your painting moments after you receive it.  One person can do it with no tools in about two minutes.  It's more expensive than buying an un-stretched painting, but if you're not handy or you want instant results, this is the way to go.

24″ x 24″  —  $249

24″ x 36″  —  $299

24″ x 48″  —  $329

24″ x 60″  —  $349

24″ x 72″  —  $359

30″ x 40″  —  $369

30″ x 60″  —  $379

36″ x 36″  —  $389

36″ x 48″  —  $399

36″ x 60″  —  $419

36″ x 72″  —  $439

40″ x 60″  —  $469

48″ x 60″  —  $489

48″ x 72″  —  $499

48″ x 96″  —  $599

60″ x 60″  —  $639

60″ x 72″  —  $699

60″ x 84″  —  $739

60″ x 96″  —  $799

72″ x 72″  —  $849

72″ x 84″  —  $899

72″ x 96″  —  $999

Paintings With No Stretcher Bars Included

Our un-stretched paintings can be stretched at a frame shop.  Or, if you want to save money and aren’t afraid of a bit of DIY, you can make your own stretcher bars, which costs an additional $5 to $50, depending upon size and what tools you already have.  We think it's an easy, fun, and satisfying project.  See more information here.

24″ x 24″  —  $189

24″ x 36″  —  $219

24″ x 48″  —  $239

24″ x 60″  —  $249

24″ x 72″  —  =$259

30″ x 40″  —  $269

30″ x 60″  —  $279

36″ x 36″  —  $289

36″ x 48″  —  $299

36″ x 60″  —  $309

36″ x 72″  —  $319

40″ x 60″  —  $349

48″ x 60″  —  $369

48″ x 72″  —  $379

48″ x 96″  —  $429

60″ x 60″  —  $489

60″ x 72″  —  $549

60″ x 84″  —  $629

60″ x 96″  —  $689

72″ x 72″  —  $699

72″ x 84″  —  $749

72″ x 96″  —  $849

A Note About Stretching and Framing

A “stretched” painting is one that has been pulled tight and fixed over a wooden framework.  It’s not the same as “framing” a painting.  A frame is a decorative part that shows, while the wooden framework on the back, which is made of four or more “stretcher bars,” is what literally stretches the painting flat and holds it in its final shape.  Stretcher bars aren’t visible, but a frame is. 

Some of the paintings here in our online gallery are shown with frames so that you can see how the paintings could look if you decide to have them framed.  However, because frames vary greatly and are a highly personal choice, and because our gallery wrapped paintings can be displayed beautifully without them, your purchase does not include a frame.