Johnsketchesorprints

Sketches are the release of Imagination

Houston, Texas | 0 Sales

Johnsketchesorprints

Sketches are the release of Imagination

Houston, Texas 0 Sales On Etsy since 2017

Announcement   Buy some of my prints or originals because there are allot. I'd hate to pass on with all these sitting in a dusty closet.

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Last updated on Jul 14, 2017

Buy some of my prints or originals because there are allot. I'd hate to pass on with all these sitting in a dusty closet.

John Grden

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John Grden

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I have always sketched and designed for my pen business, "Wonky Design Studio" and love putting my words, thoughts and inspiration to work in sketches like the ones I do here. I will do commissioned works so don't hesitate in asking me to sketch from your favorite photo or describe what you would like and that's a start.

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  • John Grden

    Owner, Sketch Artist

    Experienced in farming, banking, real estate and premium auditing. None of the aforementioned compare to sketch.

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  • Mary Grden

    Houston, TX

    Mary is an accomplished oil painter and print maker who is married to the Sketch Artist, John Grden, and produces the prints and other media from his original sketches.

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Last updated on Jun 27, 2017
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Custom and personalized orders

Small 'jpg' images via your email will be available during the sketch period for your approval or changes

Wholesale availability

Please contact me at grdenjp@gmail.com

Custom and personalized orders

REGARDING RETURNS ON ALL WORK: All orders are considered custom because of "copyright laws." The reason we cannot allow digital downloads is that we loose control of those rights under the law. If I considered returns, the duplication of my work while it is not in my hands is undeterminable. The "John Grden Copyright Protected" that shows on the listing floats, digitally, across the image so that reproducing it from a photo on a camera will always contain those words. When I print the image I remove it and issue a separate Signed Certificate of Authenticity for a print and then ship. The Original obviously never had the digital overlay but also comes with a Signed Certificate of Authenticity stating it is the Original.