SBLaBarge

S.B.LaBarge

Louisville, Kentucky · 39 Sales

SBLaBarge

S.B.LaBarge

Louisville, Kentucky 39 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   Browse by sections. Expressive original oil paintings, watercolors, printmaking, ceramics, portraits, vintage clothes and books-- by Sarah LaBarge, member artist of PYRO Gallery in Louisville, KY
>=>>==>>>> www.sarahlabarge.com

Announcement

Browse by sections. Expressive original oil paintings, watercolors, printmaking, ceramics, portraits, vintage clothes and books-- by Sarah LaBarge, member artist of PYRO Gallery in Louisville, KY
>=>>==>>>> www.sarahlabarge.com

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Last updated on February 3, 2011
Welcome!

I am based in Louisville, KY, I am a 23-yr-old female hoping to reinvent my self and find a niche in the art world.

I take requests. Watch www.sarahlabarge.com and its links for my catalog and updates.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Money Order
  • Check
Payment
The buyer has 48 hours to submit payment and have it confirmed.
After that period without payment, I have the right to cancel the order. More time is allowed for mailed payments.

I will ship when payment is confirmed.
Shipping
I will be shipping using several different companies.

In some cases, with large and/or heavy pieces, an arrangement of drop-off or meet-up might be a better idea, but this will be a rare event.
Refunds and Exchanges
If there is any damage, a desire for a refund (artwork must be returned), or anything else, get in touch with me and we'll work out a solution.

I will note "defects" on the listing, so please read carefully.
Other small quirks are just quirks.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you plan on using the artwork for resale, please let me know. No one wants to be taken advantage of.

Painting Conservation--
Contact me, another painter, or a conservationist for advice on re-coating with varnish, which will be necessary over the long term if the glossiness seeps away. I'll try to note the particulars of a painting.

Some frames may chip--
you may consider re-framing or lacquering the frame. I make half of my frames and buy half, roughly, and they all behave differently.

You may think about investing in special glass that protects the drawings and paintings from UV rays and other degrading factors. I don't use it because of its expense unless otherwise noted.

Hanging-- I try to include some hanging hardware. Please specify extra hanging hardware before the sale is completed; The listing should include enough information about the artwork, but it may not if I overlooked it.