Galleries & Proofing
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So sorry and prayers for Molly and Tom. R.I.P. To Molly’s horse Kal 9/27/14. Ridden here by Patty DeMott at the Cracked Oaats Crunch Endurance Ride several weeks earlier. (My understanding is the Kal coliced with a severe impaction of some sort.)
Don’t forget to use the discount code for the Royal K Horse show “TackyHorse” case-sensitive and no spaces. The discount is only available for 20 days so hurry and get your orders in. The discount is applied on the same page with the credit card, I think.
Schedule or discuss your ideas for your portrait session, click here When placing orders consider these options:
Small Portraits and Canvas Prints You can order small prints such as wallets, 4×6, 5×7, and 8×10 to give away to friends and family members. 5×7 and 8×10 are suitable for desk or bookcase display.
Wall Sized Portraits and Canvas Prints When selecting portraits and canvas prints for display on walls it is important that you see what the appropriate sized work might look on your wall. Consider 16×24 and up to 30×40 for family group portraits. BIG HINT. Take some paper and tape it to the wall where you are thinking you want your portrait or collection. The smallest wall print I recommend is usually a 16×20 or 16×24, but many times that is too small when you get it up on the wall. Tape the paper together until you come up with the size that looks good in that spot THEN measure it and order a canvas about that size.
I Want to help you through the ordering process If you have any questions about which size or kind of print would be most appropriate for you, please do not hesitate to give me a call (937-478-6222). If you have any problems with the online ordering process, you are welcome to call me on the phone and I can place the order by phone for you or I can walk you through the process on the phone while you are at your own computer. Online ordering from my proofing site is safe and fully secure.
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