Payment options

I accept payment with either PayPal and EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer). Note that you are not obliged to have a PayPal account to pay by credit card. Please visit their website for information on PayPal payments. (Note that PayPal adds on an additional service fee of up to 5%.)



Firstly if you are purchasing one of my fine art prints, thank you. I try my best to ship out orders within 5 working days after receiving your order.

Shipping with in South Africa costs R50. All parcels are sent with The Courier Guy couriers and take approximately 3 to 4 working days. Please provide me with your physical address as the courier will not ship to a PO Box.

If you are based in Cape Town you are also welcome to contact me if you would like to arrange collection of your print.

I make use of the services of the FedEx or DHL to send international orders. All items are sent include a tracking number. The cost for international shipping is R500 per parcel. All taxes and duties will be the responsibility of the recipient.


Caring for your artwork

Your fine art print is an investment and a work of art. By properly caring for your print, you will protect your investment and be able to enjoy it for many more years. Here are some simple tips for preserving and caring:

Prints are fragile. Natural oil on our fingers (even clean ones) will create marks on the print that cannot be reversed, so avoid taking your print out of the protective acetate. Prints also dent easily when handled, especially larger size prints.  Handle your print as little as possible, and with care.

The best way to protect your print is to have it framed as soon as possible. Select archival materials and UV glass or plexi for the best longevity.

Please note that the packing materials are not acid-free. If you choose to store your print for some time before framing, it’s best to keep it in a cool, dry environment where the temperature and humidity do not fluctuate, protected in archival, acid-free materials. 

Hang your art away from direct sunlight, as this will age your print.