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        Saturday 17th of August 2013

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FAQs

  1. Does Aboriginal art appreciate?  
  2. Is the art you provide unique? 
  3. I saw a painting that I liked, but its status is “sold”? 
  4. How do I take care of my painting? 
  5. Do the paintings come stretched (framed)? 
  6. What materials do the Aboriginal artists use in their paintings? 
  7. Can I frame my art? 
  8. What if I order something and I’m not happy with it? 


ANSWERS:

1. Does Aboriginal art appreciate? 
As with any type of investment art there is a vast difference in price and demand. Over the last decade works by established Aboriginal artists have appreciated rapidly in value. However many paintings would not have increased at all and some may have declined. That is why we, like most galleries or art dealers will always recommend that you buy a painting that you like and wish to own as the main factor.
 


2. Is the art you provide unique?
All the art we provide are one of a kind unique pieces. Though, many of the artists do create similar works on the same theme.
 


3. I saw a painting that I liked, but its status is “sold”?
Please contact us and we can try to find you another piece of work with a similar theme, or; some artists will undertake commissions to create a similar work. Just contact us for more details.
 


4. How do I take care of my painting?
Paintings don’t usually require any sort of special care as long as there displayed in a clean environment. An occasional light dusting is good. Try and keep the art out of areas of high moisture or direct sunlight as they can affect the art.
 


5. Do the paintings come stretched (framed)?
All paintings are sent out unstretched (unframed) unless otherwise stated. They are packed and sent rolled in a strong tube to ensure protection.
 


6. What materials do the Aboriginal artists use in their paintings?
The majority of Aboriginal paintings in our gallery are created on either linen or canvas with acrylic paints.
 


7. Can I frame my art?
Yes, just be sure that the glass is not in direct contact with the painting. Make sure you or a framer pack the edges to allow a minimum of 3mm between the art and glass. Most paintings are taken to experienced frame shops and stretched instead of framed.
 


8. What if I order something and I’m not happy with it?
When buying artwork from us it is extremely important for you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. We know that acquiring products online with out physically viewing them can be discouraging. That’s why we guarantee a full return on all products that are not commissioned. View Terms and Conditions for return policy.
 

 

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