LisaRussoFineArt

SHIPPING: Prints = 1 Day, Canvas = 3, Plaques/Wood = 4.

Trophy Club, Texas 11502 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars (2252)

LisaRussoFineArt

SHIPPING: Prints = 1 Day, Canvas = 3, Plaques/Wood = 4.

Trophy Club, Texas | 11502 Sales

Lisa Russo

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Lisa Russo

Announcement    Rustic art for your farmhouse home decor! Fine art prints, canvas, wood signs and plaques. In a variety of genres including farmhouse, industrial, nature & beach decor.

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Last updated on Apr 20, 2019

Rustic art for your farmhouse home decor! Fine art prints, canvas, wood signs and plaques. In a variety of genres including farmhouse, industrial, nature & beach decor.

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About LisaRussoFineArt

Sales 11,502
On Etsy since 2011

Howdy!

You probably came here expecting to find the requisite, generic bio, right? Don't fret, you'll find it down below.

But what I figure you really want to know is “Why should I spend my hard earned money here with this random person I don't know on the internet?” Excellent question! And, while I am not built to be a horn-tooter, I shall give it the old college try.

• I know what I'm doing. I've been at this a long (very long, don't ask) time. I was a hobbyist, then a portrait professional, and even taught photography classes. I understand exposure, aperture, depth of field, and the rule of thirds. Yeah, #nerdalert indeed.

• I've invested in professional equipment. I currently shoot with the Canon 5D Mark III, which is my 3rd Canon and a 22.3 megapixel joy to use. I have an embarrassingly large lens collection, but typically grab my Canon 70-200 2.8. I've had more than one person ask me about quality loss with enlargements: Don't worry. Won't happen. Which leads me to...

• I'm ridiculously picky. My perfectionist editing process is painstakingly slow. I zoom every image to 100% on my 27” monitor and if it's blurry or flawed, out it goes. Honestly, I don't churn out tons of new work because shooting is the easy part of the process. I know my way around Photoshop and spent 5 years editing wee pimples off babies' faces (one by one...) and sweat droplets off dads' shirts when they were forced into afternoon portrait sessions in Atlanta.

• I have only the best products and printer partners. In a continuation of the whole picky thing, I don't skimp with lesser-quality products. I know art is an investment and I want you to love the art you hang on your wall. I also strive to have a variety of products to fit your style: Traditional prints and canvas, modern plaques, rustic wood. If I wouldn't proudly give it to my grandmother or hang it in my house...I don't offer it to you. I am very proud of the products I offer, and stand behind them. If you have any issue with your art, I will make it right.

• It's just me. I'd like to say I'm a huge shop with gobs of employees, but no. Control freak? Yes. I do have packaging and online maintenance help from time to time, but if you email, I'm the one who answers. Ask a question? Me. Order? I'm the one who will be in touch.

I hope that helps. If not? Ask me! Anything at all.

Now for that whole 'bio' thing:

Truth: 99% of the time I’m in a baseball hat, no makeup and workout clothes. I really only dress up if there’s food involved. I enjoy cooking, reading, OrangeTheory, Peloton, the Atlanta Falcons, and snow-free climates. 99% of my wardrobe is black and I am beyond happy that current fashion makes yoga pants acceptable anywhere. ISTJ no matter how many times I take the test.

I live in Texas (by way of Upstate New York, Georgia, Illinois, Georgia again, and Pennsylvania) with my husband Vic and our kids Ava (13) and Aidan (19). After parenting bulldogs for many years, we switched course and added a Goldendoodle to our family last summer. Her name is Sophie and she and I have lengthy conversations all day long.

Aidan is in the midst of his Sophomore year at Texas A&M and plays for their rugby team, so we are officially Aggie parents. Gig ’em! Ava plays soccer, basketball, is in show choir and varsity choir...oh and student council. Managing her schedule should be a salaried position. Just saying.

If you visit my home you’ll find neutral colors with old wood, textures and chippy antiques in the mix. Guess what? My art is exactly the same. I didn’t realize I had a style…until I realized I had a style. Hint: If you need a good neutral paint color try Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter. We’ve painted 3 homes with it and it hasn’t failed us yet!

Lisa Russo Fine Art is a one woman show. I personally handle every order and email, while Aidan handles some of the behind-the-scenes tasks like online shop maintenance, production updates and shipping prep along with my part-time assistant Libby, who is lovely but leaving me for college next year. I’m trying to rope Ava into working for me, but it would interfere with her Music.ly time so no go just yet.

Shop members

  • Lisa Russo

    Owner

    Proprietor of Lisa Russo Fine Art, my goal is to photograph lovely rustic things for your home decor, and ensure they reach you in perfect condition. All images are photographed by me and I oversee all orders personally. Thank you for visiting!

  • Aidan Russo

    Assistant

    My 18 year old son Aidan helps out when he can. His hand-trimming skills are beyond compare and he also handles online maintenance tasks and organization.

Production partners

  • A Print Shop

    Houston, TX

    To create this unique, ready-to-hang product, my Houston lab prints my edited and resized artwork in-house onto primed and distressed wood planks, which are then UV sealed to resist scratching.

  • A Print Shop

    Yorba Linda, CA

    My canvas lab prints my finished and resized artwork on archival artist canvas which is wrapped around a wood frame. Canvases arrive ready-to hang with finished backs and pre-installed hanging wire.

  • A Print Shop

    Mesquite, TX

    While smaller print sizes are created in my studio, I've worked with this professional print lab to produce my large-format artwork for over 10 years.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 22, 2019
Thank you so much for visiting my fine art photography shop. Please review the sections below for information on payment, shipping, returns and copyright.

Bulk and wholesale orders are welcome - please contact me for more information at Lisa [!at] Lisarussofineart.com.

If you have any questions that aren't answered here, please contact me:
http://www.etsy.com/conversations/new?with_id=12442082&ref=pr_contact

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept exchanges and cancellations
Contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 7 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 1 hour of purchase
I don't accept returns
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
Returns and exchange details
All of my products are custom made to order, and typically go into production right away; so if you need to make a change try to let me know asap.

Prints may be exchanged; canvas, wood and plaques are final sale. Thank you!
Payment
Payment accepted by all of the methods listed above ^^
Shipping
Prints ship in 2-3 business days unless otherwise noted. Canvas Wraps, Plaques and Solid Wood Signs ship in 3-4 business days & Planked Wood Signs ship in 3-4 weeks. Please check my shop announcement for any changes in shipping times due to holidays or vacations.

Most items ship via USPS or FedEx to the shipping address indicated at checkout.

International Orders: Please allow up to 6 weeks for your item to arrive (but hopefully much sooner!). The tracking number I send will follow your package until it leaves the US, but then it's in the hands of your country's postal system. If you haven't received your order in 6 weeks, please check that your local postal office isn't holding your package hostage for customs and/or duty fees.

Speaking of those...they aren't included in the shipping charges, so if any are assessed, you are responsible for them.
Additional policies and FAQs
All images Copyright Lisa Russo Fine Art. Do not copy, reproduce or distribute without express written permission. Thank you!