A commissioned piece of art brings together your vision with the artists style and passion to create.
Zoe Fitchet undertakes a select few commissions per year, focusing predominantly on wildlife and conservation art, with the occasional companion animal portrait.
To find out more about how the commissioning process works, see the detailed steps below.
Every commissioned piece is priced individually based on the composition and dimensions.
If you would like to enquire, please fill out the Commission enquiry form at the bottom of the page.
When commissioning a piece of artwork, there are a few things to consider.
The size, subject, composition, medium (coloured pencil drawing or acrylic painting), budget, framing options and time frame.
Zoe works directly with all of her clients and collectors to understand the ideas and requirements for each commission, in order to create a piece of artwork that represents both your vision and Zoe's passion.
The contemporary style of Zoe's work can be adapted to suit any size and animal subject.
In order to begin the commission process, you will need to fill in the Commission enquiry form below or send an email outlining your requirements in as much detail as possible. Once you have submitted your request, Zoe will be in touch to discuss your commission and provide a quote to complete the piece. If your request and quote is approved, you will then be added to the commission wait list and an approximate date can be given. In order to secure your place a deposit will be required.
If you have any questions ahead of submitting an enquiry, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
For commissioned pieces there are a few standard sizes below, however any size is possible, so please get in touch if you'd like something specific. These prices are for coloured pencil wildlife pieces or pet portraits, including a double mount so the artwork is ready to frame. Framing can be arranged in addition, just let Zoe know in your enquiry.