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Lori @ Studio Lejeune
PO Box 555
Avondale Estates, GA 30002-0555
|About the Art
|With proper care, your artwork should provide a lifetime
of enjoyment. Photographic prints are on professional Fujicolor
Crystal Archive and Kodak Supra Endura papers; the 8x10's -
8x12's arrive matted to 16 x 20" in
a museum quality 100% cotton, white mat with an acid-free backing
ready to place in any standard U.S. 16 x 20" frame. Larger
photographic prints are shipped rolled in a tube. Mixed media
works are archival ink on 100% cotton paper mounted on canvas,
which is textured and matte varnished; the sides of the canvas
are painted black so these require no frame. Artwork should
be hung where it does not receive direct sunlight.
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| Shipping Questions
• International shipping information
• If I live in Atlanta, do I have to pay for shipping?
• Shipping Times
• What if the artwork is damaged in the mail
• Please note: to prevent shipping damage, mixed media canvas and
print items cannot be shipped in the same package.
• What methods of payment are accepted?
• How secure is it to buy through this site?
• Is there sales tax?
Wholesale discounts to the trade. Your business must be authorized as one of the following for a wholesale account: Art Gallery, Art Dealer, Art Consultant, Interior Design Firm, Architect, Property Developer, Furniture Showroom.
To apply for a wholesale account, call 215.287.0380 and leave a message or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with 'wholesale account inquiry' in the subject line of the email. Please provide the following information with your message:
Full Mailing Address
Tax ID #
No. of Years in Business
All wholesale art accounts are reviewed within 48 hours. Should you encounter any errors please do not hesitate to contact me at 215.287.0380. All business messages are returned within 24 hours.
|Returns, Refunds and Exchanges
• Return Policy
• Item damaged in shipment
• Exchanging small artwork for larger artwork
Images are available for licensing and I offer royalty-free
options as well as exclusive agreements. If you are interested
in licensing artwork, please contact me at email@example.com . Please include some information about your company and
• How many prints total are made of an image?
|Terms of Sale
All items remain copyright Lori Lejeune and may not be reproduced without written permission.
*Although every effort has been made to show color accurately, every computer monitor displays colors slightly differently.
**** CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS ****
"[They are] beautifully matted and even more delightful than computer image suggests! We framed both the prints with some matte gold-leaf frames I found online and they look fantastic." -- Jay van Wagenen, PA
"Interesting and well executed chess artwork!" -- Jon Crumiller, NJ
"Love the edgy Art; service was top notch." -- Leslie Manas, PA
More? Have a look at a few press quotes too...
International Shipping If you are an international buyer, email me with your address
for your shipping price because all shipping prices listed on this
site are domestic prices. International shipping prices start at
$25 USD for the 16x20" work and are approximately $30-$40
USD for the mixed media work (5" and 10" round). Buyer
is responsible for customs fees. You'll be emailed a secure
invoice which is payable online with a credit card or Paypal account.
Your item will be shipped after your payment clears.
If I live in Atlanta, do I have to pay for shipping?
Shipment is standard delivery but if you live near Atlanta and
want to pick up your work instead of having it shipped, contact
me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org before purchasing through
How long will it take for the artwork to be delivered?
Your item is shipped after payment clears. For U.S. mail, mixed media 5" and 10" work are shipped Priority Mail which arrives about 3 days
after the item is mailed to you. The 16x20" and larger work is shipped First Class which arrives approximately 7-10 business days after the item is mailed to you. All shipping times are approximate and if you need to ensure a particular arrival time, email before ordering to find out if meeting your timeframe is possible. For international shipment, please email for your shipping times.
What if the artwork is damaged in the mail?
Every item is packaged with care but accidents do happen. If damage
is visible on the outside of the box, simply refuse the package,
contact me and a replacement item will be sent to you when the item
is returned to me. All items are insured for your protection. Notify
me immediately if there is damage to your item and save all of the
packaging (post office requires this) and you will receive a replacement.
What methods of payment are accepted?
Any major credit card can be used to purchase work through this site or you can use Paypal if you prefer.
Directions for paying by credit card: After you "Add to Cart" and select "Proceed to Checkout" you will be brought to a page where you have the option to either Login to Paypal on the right side of the page or you can select the "Don't have a PayPal account? Use your credit card" option at the bottom left side of the page to continue checkout with your credit card.
Your credit card and financial information is never shared with me, only the shipping address and item purchased.
How secure is it to buy through this site?
PayPal protects your privacy and security. Your credit card and financial information is never shared with me.
Will I pay Sales Tax?
Sales tax is added if you are located in the state of Georgia.
Return / Exchange Policy
Every item is packaged with care but if an item is damaged during shipment to you, it is insured. Simply notifiy me immediately and save all the packaging (post office requires this) for a replacement or refund, see below.
For mixed media on canvas work and matted photographic work up to 8x12", the full purchase price minus shipping costs will be refunded for items returned to me in resaleable condition if you postmark it within 3 days of the delivery confirmation date. Items returned to me that arrive damaged in the mail cannot be fully refunded so please insure return packages for your protection and save your insurance receipt. Credit will take 7-10 days to appear on your card after receipt of item.
Larger photographic work and custom work is special ordered, so a partial refund is made for these prints due to the cost of printing. (The refund for large work is the purchase price minus shipping costs and a 50% printing fee.) Because most prints are available in the 8x10" - 8x12" size, you are encouraged to purchase the smaller works first and trade up to the larger work.
Exchange Small Artwork for Larger Artwork
You may return smaller photographic work in good condition to have your original purchase price credited towards the purchase of available larger work. You must contact me before shipping your piece for this offer. Shipping costs are not included as part of your credit.
Edition Size/ How many prints are made of an image?
Edition sizes vary and are noted on the sales page. Limiting the number of prints produced can enhance the future value of your print. An edition size does not include other uses of an image such as note cards, posters or magazine publications, nor does it include artists proofs or work prints. [Work prints are draft prints made of an image and not sold but used for my portfolio or other presentations.]
When I began offering prints, I only sold large size prints in very small editions. I changed the way my editions were structured after living in a place that didn't have the wall space for displaying my large work and also wanting my artwork to reach more people. For my more recent work, smaller prints are offered in addition to large works so that the work is available to more people. The smaller works are similar to the larger work but they are separate editions with slight differences in the images that make them distinct from each other. You can trade in the smaller works you have purchased which are still in good condition as a credit against available larger works: email for more details.
In some cases the type of edition (open or limited) has not been established yet because the print is newer and in this case artist proof prints are offered on the sale page instead. These prints are signed and A/P is noted on the print; at most 5 A/P prints will be offered before establishing the edition type.
In the past, the prices for my work typically increase as the edition sells out.
Mixed media editions
The prints mounted on canvas are considered unique because each is hand-finished by the artist.
More About the Artist and Artwork:
I believe the development of digital work as a fine art medium is exciting and exploring various types of digital media continues to be very meaningful to me. The present day is an exciting time in art history, similar to when photography was new with lots of potential but was not yet well understood as a fine art medium. Although I work with several types of digital media, I favor the use of 3-d software to create my artwork. The process is time-consuming and is like a combination of sculpting and photography.
My imagery is whimsical and unconventional, playful and serious. Chess references appear frequently in my work and although I'm not a chess player, I'm inspired by the metaphorical quality of the game. Other themes that recur in my work are context, cultural effects, humor and paradox.
Additional facts about me are: a) a palmist once told me I have a creative gift sign in my palm; it is a star of 3 intersecting lines in my palm right below my third finger and b) the first cash award I received for my artwork was in fourth grade when I won $20 in a parish-wide poster contest.
Press coverage includes: Television, radio, and publications such as the San Francisco Chronicle, Austin-American Statesman, New Orleans Times-Picayune, San Jose Magazine, Discover: Silicon Valley and Arriba: Art & Business News. See below:
"Lejeune's vibrant work ... provides an introspective commentary on universal themes -- from relationship idiosyncrasies to life decisions and humorous contradictions ... "
Karen Grafe, Discover-Silicon-Valley Magazine
"(Lejeune's work) speaks with a strong social conscience"
Donna Bush, South-Bay-Accent Magazine
"Top 10 Artist New on View"
Arts Critic Michael Barnes, Austin-American-Statesman
I gratefully acknowledge 3D Cafe and
Platinum Pictures in creating my work.