Frequently Asked Questions
Do you take commissions?
Yes, I love doing commissions and helping make your creative vision become a reality. If you’d like to commission a custom painting, you can contact me here.
Where can I purchase a print or painting?
You can purchase originals and prints through my website shop and products through Society6.
Do you offer a wholesale discount?
Yes, I offer a wholesale discount for large print orders. If you would like to order in bulk or stock my prints in your retail business, please contact me here.
Do you license your artwork?
While I retain all rights to all my artwork (sold and unsold), even those of original artwork, commissioned paintings, and printed artwork, I would be happy to talk with you about licensing my artwork.
Do you accept returns?
All sales are final except in certain situations. My goal is for you to be completely happy with the final product received, so please read item descriptions carefully and take note of dimensions, colors, and details before making your purchase. I try my best to accurately represent my work in digital images, but some color variance between digital images and artwork in real life is unavoidable.
Can I share your work on my social media or website?
Yes, you are welcome to share or repost my work on your social media or website as long as you give me credit for my work and do not alter or reproduce my artwork or images of my artwork in any way.
Do you host workshops or classes?
Yes, I would be thrilled to host a Bible Journaling workshop or art class for your group, Bible study, party, or event! You can contact me here for booking and inquiries.
Can you give me any advice on Bible Journaling?
Yes, you can find examples of my Bible Journaling and lots of tips at #hpickeringBibleJournaling on my Instagram, @hannahpickering
Do you design logos and web graphics?
No, I am not a graphic designer.
How did you get started painting?
Drawing and painting was always a favorite pastime for me growing up. Throughout high school and college, I took less and less time to be creative, until after graduating from college, I found myself starving for a creative outlet. It was at that point that I started a 365-day art project I called “Art Everyday” where I drew or painted something everyday for a year. This project gave me the space to experiment, learn new techniques, and play around with different mediums. It was through this everyday project that I discovered my love for acrylics and painting leaves and flowers.
What materials do you use?
I primarily use acrylic paint on canvas for my paintings, and artist pens for my hand-lettering.
Please note that Hannah Pickering retains all rights to all artwork (sold and unsold), even those of original artwork, commissioned paintings, and printed artwork. Hannah retains the right to make reproductions of any and all artwork she creates. The collector or buyer may not reproduce the artwork in any way without written permission.