Dave would want you to be happy with your purchase of art. He understands that looking at a small image on a computer monitor is not the same thing as looking at the actual-size artwork. Colour can vary from monitor to monitor, and in addition, colours displayed on a computer screen are at best close approximations of what they look like on paper or canvas.

Any piece of art you purchase from the web site must meet your expectations, or you can return it. See instructions for returns below.

Dave believes that when you purchase and see one of his originals or Giclée prints in person, you will like it, and will want to make it a part of your art collection.

If you purchase any work from this web site, it will be shipped to you in a correct manner, all unframed art work, originals and ltd edition prints should be stored flat until you are ready to take it to your framer for framing. Works on paper should always be framed under glass or sheet plastic, and with an acid free mount, or by spacers in the frame if you want to “float” the art. If you do want to float the piece. Your framer can discuss various framing options with you.


If you purchase online (using PayPal), you have thirty days from the day you receive the art to make a decision about returning it. The thirty day period begins from the day the art is delivered to you (as verified by the tracking number). If you purchase your art through PayPal, your purchase price (minus the shipping charges and transaction fee that PayPal charges) will be refunded into your PayPal account once the item has been returned in a saleable condition. If you don’t wish to handle the refund in this manner, You will be sent a cheque.

Should you decide to return the art, it must be in saleable condition (i.e. the same condition it was in when it was sent to you). Please pack it carefully, ideally using the same original packing materials. Send it back insured for the purchase price, and either return receipt requested, or using another method that gives you proof of delivery to Dave. Do not send it COD. If you do, the COD charges will be deducted from your refund.

When the artwork has been received, and determined to be in a saleable condition, your purchase price will be refunded, less the initial postal charges. Postal charges are not refundable.