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Lithuania PRINT - 16" X 20" Matted Print Inspired by the HANNIBAL television series.

Lithuania PRINT - 16" X 20" Matted Print Inspired by the HANNIBAL television series.

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Lithuania PRINT - 16" X 20" Matted Print Inspired by the HANNIBAL television series.

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Looking for artwork but short on cash? Printed reproductions of my original art are a wonderful and affordable alternative.

Prints - 11" x 14" Full Color Print mounted on White 16" x 20" Matte
30.00 U.S. Shipping Included - Please message me for shipping pricing on international orders.

Interested in the original painting from which this print was made? Please check my shop to see if it's still available.

(Please note that while every effort is made to photograph the original art accurately in regards to color, differences in the color calibration of monitors, as well as an individual's perception of color, may result in the finished product varying slightly from its appearance online).

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These prints are created with quality inks, paper and materials and arrive ready for framing.

I use only premium paper designed for the highest quality color images. It is high-resolution, resin coated, micro-porous, bright white photo grade paper with a luster finish, a thickness of 10.4 mil, and a weight of 240 gsm. The matte is 16" x 20" (this is the size you will want to frame) with an opening size of 10.5" x 13.5". It is bevel-cut, has a white core, and is 4-ply thick (about 1/16 of an inch).

Your matted print will arrive in a crystal clear protective sleeve, and will be shipped in a cardboard box for additional protection.
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Please take a moment to read my store policies before ordering, and contact me with with any questions.

Thank you for shopping at Art by Victoria Skye.

Victoria
Lithuania PRINT - 16" X 20" Matted Print Inspired by the HANNIBAL television series.

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Looking for artwork but short on cash? Printed reproductions of my original art are a wonderful and affordable alternative.

Prints - 11" x 14" Full Color Print mounted on White 16" x 20" Matte
30.00 U.S. Shipping Included - Please message me for shipping pricing on international orders.

Interested in the original painting from which this print was made? Please check my shop to see if it's still available.

(Please note that while every effort is made to photograph the original art accurately in regards to color, differences in the color calibration of monitors, as well as an individual's perception of color, may result in the finished product varying slightly from its appearance online).

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These prints are created with quality inks, paper and materials and arrive ready for framing.

I use only premium paper designed for the highest quality color images. It is high-resolution, resin coated, micro-porous, bright white photo grade paper with a luster finish, a thickness of 10.4 mil, and a weight of 240 gsm. The matte is 16" x 20" (this is the size you will want to frame) with an opening size of 10.5" x 13.5". It is bevel-cut, has a white core, and is 4-ply thick (about 1/16 of an inch).

Your matted print will arrive in a crystal clear protective sleeve, and will be shipped in a cardboard box for additional protection.
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Please take a moment to read my store policies before ordering, and contact me with with any questions.

Thank you for shopping at Art by Victoria Skye.

Victoria

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Tax will be charged to buyers who are Georgia residents at the rate determined by state and local law.

CANCELLATIONS - Request to cancel your order should be made as soon as possible. Orders will be refunded in full if the request is received within ONE BUSINESS DAY of order receipt. Once order is shipped, it can no longer be cancelled.

Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

I don't accept exchanges or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

I want you to be happy with your purchase, so please shop thoughtfully, and keep these policies in mind.

CUSTOM ORDERS are not eligible for REFUNDS.
You are paying for the artist's time, materials, and talent when you purchase a custom work of art. The work I create for you is unlikely to sell to anyone else.
1. Should you decide you don't want your custom art prior to shipment, I will retain the work, and ONLY SHIPPING COSTS WILL BE REFUNDED,
2. Should you decide you don't want your custom piece after receiving shipment, there will be NO REFUND.

NON-CUSTOM ORDERS are eligible for REFUND within 30 DAYS of your receipt.
1. Contact me with 30 DAYS of receiving your artwork so I may supply my return shipping address. Requests for refunds after 30 DAYS will not be honored.
2. Repackage the item carefully! It must be returned in it's original condition!
3. You are responsible for all return shipping costs including any insurance you may wish to buy.
4. Once the item is received by me in it's original condition, I will be happy to process your refund.

CANCELLATIONS - Request to cancel your order should be made as soon as possible. Orders will be refunded in full if the request is received within ONE BUSINESS DAY of order receipt. Once order is shipped, it can no longer be cancelled.

DAMAGES - It is relatively rare for a package to be damaged in transit, but it does happen - which is why your purchase is shipped insured. Should your package arrive with damaged contents, here is the process to get a refund.
1. Contact me ASAP! I will need IMAGES of the damaged package and damaged contents to process the insurance claim with USPS. Hold onto the damaged packaging and merchandise. (The post office might want to see them).
2. Upon receipt of your images showing the damages, I will process your refund.

Shipping policies

At present, it is store policy to not ship canvas portraits internationally** due to costs. The standard 16x20 canvas, once fitted into an 18.5 x 24.5 x 5.5 box and weighing in at approximately 4 lbs, costs more than $70 to ship via the USPS at this writing (May 2018). That being said, if you are international and wish to assume these costs, or if you wish to purchase a print, please contact me via chat,
**Shipments to APO/FPO DPO boxes addressed to US military serving overseas are exempted from this policy, as these costs are the same as the domestic rate.

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Non-Custom Orders:
Your order will be shipped as soon as possible once payment is processed, and when possible, via USPS Priority Mail, which provides domestic delivery throughout the U.S. in 1-3 business days, (though this is not guaranteed). All USPS Priority Mail Shipments are insured for $50.00 and tracking is provided.
Depending on the size of your shipment and your delivery location, it may be necessary to send via USPS Ground in order to keep shipping costs down.

If you wish to request a preferred shipping method (FedEx, UPS, overnight, etc.) you must do so before placing your order. Send me a message and i will do my best to accommodate you.

I will email shipping confirmation with tracking when your product ships.

Custom Orders:
The Custom Order shipping process is the same as above, except that your order will not be shipped immediately. On Custom orders, your package will be shipped as soon as possible after your review of the photographic image of the final painting or drawing. Usual turnaround time from receipt of order to shipment is less than two weeks.

Do bear in mind:
___If you order on a weekend or holiday, order processing and shipping may be delayed. Weather delays are also possible. (Recent flooding in S.C. and Texas delayed some shipments by over a week). So ORDER EARLY!
___If you have need of a RUSH shipment, or desire that your package be shipped other than by USPS, let me know. I will do what I can to accommodate you.
___Your artwork will be packaged commensurate to it's size, i.e. a 16x20 canvas painting will arrive in a 20x24 package. Make sure you have a safe, dry place to receive your package.

All orders are carefully packaged using recyclable materials whenever possible. Please recycle these materials.

PLEASE USE CARE WHEN OPENING YOUR PACKAGE SO AS TO PROTECT THE CONTENTS! The best method is to open one end carefully and slide the contents out. This will also protect the integrity of the packaging in case you need to make a return.

DAMAGES - It is relatively rare for a package to be damaged in transit, but it does happen - which is why your purchase is shipped insured. Should your package arrive with damaged contents, here is the process to get a refund.
1. Contact me ASAP! I will need IMAGES of the damaged package and damaged contents to process the insurance claim with USPS. Hold onto the damaged packaging and merchandise. (The post office might want to see them).
2. Upon receipt of your images showing the damages, I will process your refund.

LOST in TRANSIT - I ship a majority of orders via USPS 2 Day Priority Mail, tracked and insured, and it is a rare event when a package is not delivered in a timely manner, though not always in two business days. Weather delays, flight delays, mechanical issues, holidays, etc., may result in your package being delivered later than expected. The good news is that the majority of packages that may appear lost in transit do eventually make their way to the recipient.

Here are my policies for those that don't:
1. If your package is shown to have been DELIVERED to the shipping address supplied, but you did not receive it, then it was likely (a) marked as delivered by your local post office while still in transit, in which case you should hopefully receive on the following business day or two, (b) misdelivered (mistakenly left at a neighbor's address), or (c) stolen.

In the case of misdelivery or suspected theft, you should notify your local carrier and/or follow up with your local post office ASAP. Contact me for images/description of the missing package. Art by Victoria Skye IS UNABLE TO ISSUE A REFUND FOR ORDERS THE USPS SHOWS TO HAVE BEEN DELIVERED.

If you are concerned about the security of delivered packages at your place of residence, there are steps you can take before placing your order.
a. Have your packages delivered to your workplace or to the home of a friend that you trust.
b. Have packages sent with signature required.
c. If you know you will be away, arrange for a "Vacation Hold" on all packages and mail.

2, If your order is not shown by the USPS as DELIVERED within seven (7) business days (business days are Monday through Friday) of the date the shipment was due to arrive, contact me so I can open an investigation with the USPS. The USPS will not open a missing mail search until after seven (7) business days of expected date of delivery have passed. If the order is still not DELIVERED within (14) business days of the expected date of delivery, I WILL ISSUE A FULL REFUND INCLUDING SHIPPING COSTS.
At present, it is store policy to not ship canvas portraits internationally** due to costs. The standard 16x20 canvas, once fitted into an 18.5 x 24.5 x 5.5 box and weighing in at approximately 4 lbs, costs more than $70 to ship via the USPS at this writing (May 2018). That being said, if you are international and wish to assume these costs, or if you wish to purchase a print, please contact me via chat,
**Shipments to APO/FPO DPO boxes addressed to US military serving overseas are exempted from this policy, as these costs are the same as the domestic rate.

******************************

Non-Custom Orders:
Your order will be shipped as soon as possible once payment is processed, and when possible, via USPS Priority Mail, which provides domestic delivery throughout the U.S. in 1-3 business days, (though this is not guaranteed). All USPS Priority Mail Shipments are insured for $50.00 and tracking is provided.
Depending on the size of your shipment and your delivery location, it may be necessary to send via USPS Ground in order to keep shipping costs down.

If you wish to request a preferred shipping method (FedEx, UPS, overnight, etc.) you must do so before placing your order. Send me a message and i will do my best to accommodate you.

I will email shipping confirmation with tracking when your product ships.

Custom Orders:
The Custom Order shipping process is the same as above, except that your order will not be shipped immediately. On Custom orders, your package will be shipped as soon as possible after your review of the photographic image of the final painting or drawing. Usual turnaround time from receipt of order to shipment is less than two weeks.

Do bear in mind:
___If you order on a weekend or holiday, order processing and shipping may be delayed. Weather delays are also possible. (Recent flooding in S.C. and Texas delayed some shipments by over a week). So ORDER EARLY!
___If you have need of a RUSH shipment, or desire that your package be shipped other than by USPS, let me know. I will do what I can to accommodate you.
___Your artwork will be packaged commensurate to it's size, i.e. a 16x20 canvas painting will arrive in a 20x24 package. Make sure you have a safe, dry place to receive your package.

All orders are carefully packaged using recyclable materials whenever possible. Please recycle these materials.

PLEASE USE CARE WHEN OPENING YOUR PACKAGE SO AS TO PROTECT THE CONTENTS! The best method is to open one end carefully and slide the contents out. This will also protect the integrity of the packaging in case you need to make a return.

DAMAGES - It is relatively rare for a package to be damaged in transit, but it does happen - which is why your purchase is shipped insured. Should your package arrive with damaged contents, here is the process to get a refund.
1. Contact me ASAP! I will need IMAGES of the damaged package and damaged contents to process the insurance claim with USPS. Hold onto the damaged packaging and merchandise. (The post office might want to see them).
2. Upon receipt of your images showing the damages, I will process your refund.

LOST in TRANSIT - I ship a majority of orders via USPS 2 Day Priority Mail, tracked and insured, and it is a rare event when a package is not delivered in a timely manner, though not always in two business days. Weather delays, flight delays, mechanical issues, holidays, etc., may result in your package being delivered later than expected. The good news is that the majority of packages that may appear lost in transit do eventually make their way to the recipient.

Here are my policies for those that don't:
1. If your package is shown to have been DELIVERED to the shipping address supplied, but you did not receive it, then it was likely (a) marked as delivered by your local post office while still in transit, in which case you should hopefully receive on the following business day or two, (b) misdelivered (mistakenly left at a neighbor's address), or (c) stolen.

In the case of misdelivery or suspected theft, you should notify your local carrier and/or follow up with your local post office ASAP. Contact me for images/description of the missing package. Art by Victoria Skye IS UNABLE TO ISSUE A REFUND FOR ORDERS THE USPS SHOWS TO HAVE BEEN DELIVERED.

If you are concerned about the security of delivered packages at your place of residence, there are steps you can take before placing your order.
a. Have your packages delivered to your workplace or to the home of a friend that you trust.
b. Have packages sent with signature required.
c. If you know you will be away, arrange for a "Vacation Hold" on all packages and mail.

2, If your order is not shown by the USPS as DELIVERED within seven (7) business days (business days are Monday through Friday) of the date the shipment was due to arrive, contact me so I can open an investigation with the USPS. The USPS will not open a missing mail search until after seven (7) business days of expected date of delivery have passed. If the order is still not DELIVERED within (14) business days of the expected date of delivery, I WILL ISSUE A FULL REFUND INCLUDING SHIPPING COSTS.

Additional policies

CARING FOR YOUR ARTWORK

OIL AND ACRYLIC PAINTINGS

The most prevalent cause of damage to acrylic and oil paintings are inappropriate storage, displaying in areas with fluctuating temperatures and/or humidity, overexposure to light, and airborne dust and dirt. Whether of display or storage, keep environmental changes to a minimum.
Things to know:
•Keep your painting between 65 and 75º F, with a relative humidity between 40 and 55%.
•Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Indirect lighting is best.
•Don’t hang near air vents, air conditioners, or space heaters. Hanging above fireplaces should be done with care, as soot and extremes of heat are a danger here.
•Avoid using cloth or feather dusters. Dust with a soft artist’s brush.
•Store paintings upright between rigid dividers. Avoid basements, garages, and attics where temperatures may be extreme.

Oil Paintings
Oil paintings consist of pigments suspended in oil, and they continue to dry long after they are applied to canvas. The oil molecules expand as they are exposed to oxygen, hardening the paint surface and eventually cracking. If properly cared for, oil paintings can last for centuries. They should be kept clean and free of dust, but deep cleaning and other interventions are best done by a professional.
Things to know:
• Oil paintings will yellow over time. This should be considered unavoidable.
• Oil paintings are more likely to crack than other kinds of paint.
• Oil paintings will eventually flake due to the hardness of the material.
• Oil paintings can take up to a year or more to dry completely, and until fully dry are most susceptible to adverse environmental conditions.
• Varnish can be applied after the painting has completely dried. This should be done by a professional.
Should you choose to frame your oil painting, do not put it beneath glass. Also, oil paintings are usually not backed by more than a paper dust cover.

Acrylics
Acrylic paint is an emulsion that consists of an acrylic polymer resin suspended in water. It is a “quick-dry” paint, and is more susceptible to the buildup and retention of dust and dirt particles. Acrylics remain flexible as they dry, and are less susceptible to cracking and flaking.

Things to know:
• Acrylic paintings are well protected by framing them beneath protective glass. The glass should not touch the canvas. If you choose not to use a glass frame, avoid touching the painting, as fingerprints can cause damage and remain visible.

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CARING FOR PASTELS
AVOID touching the surface of pastel artwork. Unlike paint, pastel does not dry and form a hard surface. The surface of a pastel work must be protected, as touch can brush the pastel "dust" off the paper. Pastels also smudge easily, and is not moisture proof. Therefore, pastel artwork should be protected under glass. Do not use Plexiglas or acrylic because it may build up a static charge when cleaned that may draw some of the particles of pastel off the paper and create a fine mist of dust inside the frame. When you frame your pastel, choose a frame that is deep enough to restrain the pastels from touching the glass.

Your original pastel will be professionally packaged for shipment to you with the surface isolated from any packing material to avoid damaging the image. It is recommended that you keep it protected in this packaging until ready to frame.

Pastels can be sprayed with a fixative to help hold it in place, but as these can darken the pigment, I do not use it.

Pastel artwork should be protected from jarring and not carried in a face-down position.

NEVER hang it in a location where it will receive strong light or direct sunlight. It could fade irreparably in a matter of months.

Pastel Drawings
Artist’s pastels consist of pigments that are blended with a binding material. This chemical composition leads to the creation of raised lines on a drawing’s base that must be protected when pastels are used.

Caring for Pastel
The advice to protect the surface of a drawing is paramount to maintaining the integrity of a pastel drawing. When storing these types of drawings, owners should be careful to never apply pressure between the drawing and other items, like acid - free tissue paper, because the pastel pigment might fuse with the other item.

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Charcoal
Charcoal has been used since ancient times as a means to draw figures and scenes. It is created from charred wood and comes in both hard and soft varieties. Originally produced only in shades of black and grey, charcoal now comes in a variety of colors.

Caring for Charcoal Drawings
Charcoal is very easy to smudge, so an artist typically sprays a fixative over a charcoal drawing once it is finished. Collectors should be careful, however, when working with older charcoal drawings that may not have a fixative applied. It is not advisable to add a modern fixative to an antique charcoal drawing because the fixative could discolor the drawing’s paper. Instead, owners of antique charcoal drawings should handle them with care, making sure that the surface of the drawing has limited contact with other materials.

Graphite and Pencils
Graphite and pencils are popular mediums to use for drawings because they are easy to erase and are quite affordable. Graphite and pencil drawings are not as susceptible to smudging as many other drawing mediums are, but it is still a good idea to limit contact between the drawn surface and other materials, such as the glass in a picture frame.
CARING FOR YOUR ARTWORK

OIL AND ACRYLIC PAINTINGS

The most prevalent cause of damage to acrylic and oil paintings are inappropriate storage, displaying in areas with fluctuating temperatures and/or humidity, overexposure to light, and airborne dust and dirt. Whether of display or storage, keep environmental changes to a minimum.
Things to know:
•Keep your painting between 65 and 75º F, with a relative humidity between 40 and 55%.
•Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Indirect lighting is best.
•Don’t hang near air vents, air conditioners, or space heaters. Hanging above fireplaces should be done with care, as soot and extremes of heat are a danger here.
•Avoid using cloth or feather dusters. Dust with a soft artist’s brush.
•Store paintings upright between rigid dividers. Avoid basements, garages, and attics where temperatures may be extreme.

Oil Paintings
Oil paintings consist of pigments suspended in oil, and they continue to dry long after they are applied to canvas. The oil molecules expand as they are exposed to oxygen, hardening the paint surface and eventually cracking. If properly cared for, oil paintings can last for centuries. They should be kept clean and free of dust, but deep cleaning and other interventions are best done by a professional.
Things to know:
• Oil paintings will yellow over time. This should be considered unavoidable.
• Oil paintings are more likely to crack than other kinds of paint.
• Oil paintings will eventually flake due to the hardness of the material.
• Oil paintings can take up to a year or more to dry completely, and until fully dry are most susceptible to adverse environmental conditions.
• Varnish can be applied after the painting has completely dried. This should be done by a professional.
Should you choose to frame your oil painting, do not put it beneath glass. Also, oil paintings are usually not backed by more than a paper dust cover.

Acrylics
Acrylic paint is an emulsion that consists of an acrylic polymer resin suspended in water. It is a “quick-dry” paint, and is more susceptible to the buildup and retention of dust and dirt particles. Acrylics remain flexible as they dry, and are less susceptible to cracking and flaking.

Things to know:
• Acrylic paintings are well protected by framing them beneath protective glass. The glass should not touch the canvas. If you choose not to use a glass frame, avoid touching the painting, as fingerprints can cause damage and remain visible.

--------------------------
CARING FOR PASTELS
AVOID touching the surface of pastel artwork. Unlike paint, pastel does not dry and form a hard surface. The surface of a pastel work must be protected, as touch can brush the pastel "dust" off the paper. Pastels also smudge easily, and is not moisture proof. Therefore, pastel artwork should be protected under glass. Do not use Plexiglas or acrylic because it may build up a static charge when cleaned that may draw some of the particles of pastel off the paper and create a fine mist of dust inside the frame. When you frame your pastel, choose a frame that is deep enough to restrain the pastels from touching the glass.

Your original pastel will be professionally packaged for shipment to you with the surface isolated from any packing material to avoid damaging the image. It is recommended that you keep it protected in this packaging until ready to frame.

Pastels can be sprayed with a fixative to help hold it in place, but as these can darken the pigment, I do not use it.

Pastel artwork should be protected from jarring and not carried in a face-down position.

NEVER hang it in a location where it will receive strong light or direct sunlight. It could fade irreparably in a matter of months.

Pastel Drawings
Artist’s pastels consist of pigments that are blended with a binding material. This chemical composition leads to the creation of raised lines on a drawing’s base that must be protected when pastels are used.

Caring for Pastel
The advice to protect the surface of a drawing is paramount to maintaining the integrity of a pastel drawing. When storing these types of drawings, owners should be careful to never apply pressure between the drawing and other items, like acid - free tissue paper, because the pastel pigment might fuse with the other item.

----------------------------

Charcoal
Charcoal has been used since ancient times as a means to draw figures and scenes. It is created from charred wood and comes in both hard and soft varieties. Originally produced only in shades of black and grey, charcoal now comes in a variety of colors.

Caring for Charcoal Drawings
Charcoal is very easy to smudge, so an artist typically sprays a fixative over a charcoal drawing once it is finished. Collectors should be careful, however, when working with older charcoal drawings that may not have a fixative applied. It is not advisable to add a modern fixative to an antique charcoal drawing because the fixative could discolor the drawing’s paper. Instead, owners of antique charcoal drawings should handle them with care, making sure that the surface of the drawing has limited contact with other materials.

Graphite and Pencils
Graphite and pencils are popular mediums to use for drawings because they are easy to erase and are quite affordable. Graphite and pencil drawings are not as susceptible to smudging as many other drawing mediums are, but it is still a good idea to limit contact between the drawn surface and other materials, such as the glass in a picture frame.

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