WorksByAndyClift

Shop for Handmade Pottery, Sculpture, and Photography

Oregon, United States · 0 Sales

WorksByAndyClift

Shop for Handmade Pottery, Sculpture, and Photography

Oregon, United States 0 Sales On Etsy since 2009

Announcement   Diversity, growth, and beauty of the natural world serve as the basis for the pottery, sculpture, fountains, digital art, and photography that I create.

As I create pottery, these ideas are portrayed through form, color, and decal images made from photographs I have taken. Even when I approach the idea of function, I am thinking about nature and how the pottery I create can some how act as a link for us to connect with plants or nature.

Sign up for Andy's Newsletter: http://www.andyclift.com/news

You can also follow me and learn more about my art work on the following sites.
Website and Blog: http://www.andyclift.com
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AndyRClift
Pinterest Boards: http://pinterest.com/andyclift/
Twitter Feed: https://twitter.com/#!/andy_clift
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/aclift
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/andyclift/
Claystation: http://www.claystation.com/forum/member.php?u=1

All artwork and images ©.

Announcement

Diversity, growth, and beauty of the natural world serve as the basis for the pottery, sculpture, fountains, digital art, and photography that I create.

As I create pottery, these ideas are portrayed through form, color, and decal images made from photographs I have taken. Even when I approach the idea of function, I am thinking about nature and how the pottery I create can some how act as a link for us to connect with plants or nature.

Sign up for Andy's Newsletter: http://www.andyclift.com/news

You can also follow me and learn more about my art work on the following sites.
Website and Blog: http://www.andyclift.com
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AndyRClift
Pinterest Boards: http://pinterest.com/andyclift/
Twitter Feed: https://twitter.com/#!/andy_clift
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/aclift
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/andyclift/
Claystation: http://www.claystation.com/forum/member.php?u=1

All artwork and images ©.

Andy Clift

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Andy Clift

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Last updated on March 18, 2011

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Refunds and Exchanges
You may return any *artist works purchased on the or received as a gift. We do ask that you return items with 14-days of receiving it. We understand that there may be exceptions for gifts. If you wish to make a return, please call us at 909-307-6346 or e-mail us at returns [!at] claystation.com. Works that are "Made Upon Order" may not be returned unless they are damaged from the shipping process.

How to Return Artwork
Here is the simple process for returning an item:
Contact our Customer Care team by either calling 909 307-6346 or e-mailing us at returns [!at] claystation.com to obtain return instructions.

We can provide you with a UPS Return Service label or for an additional charge, we can set up a UPS pick up for you. You are responsible for shipping costs. We will send you a return label via email or regular mail.

Repack the product in its original packaging materials, unless the package's condition is not suitable for a safe return back to the Claystation. You are responsible for artwork damaged in return transit. If you are returning a product because it was defective or we shipped you an item that you did not order, The Claystation will pay the return-shipping costs.

Refunds
You can expect a refund in the same form of payment originally used for purchase within 7 to 14 business days of the artist receiving your return, providing it arrives safely. You will be credited for the price of the artwork minus shipping costs. For the most, The Claystation does not credit you the shipping and handling costs. We cannot accept items that have been damaged or altered . We will notify you of the status of your return by e-mail or postal mail. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us.

Artwork Damaged in Transit
If your package appears damaged, or once opened, you find damaged artwork, call usat 909 307-6346 so we can arrange to have it picked up and inspected. Please retain all of the original packing materials.