Commissions are Open

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The wedding season is nearly upon us, and I am about to accept more commissions for wedding art!

To celebrate, I’m posting this blog to announce that commissions are open, and to detail how you can go about ordering your wedding piece.

Please note that commisioning a piece does not guarantee its delivery. I will do my utmost to commission as many pieces as possible over the summer so that they may be completed before the end of September. I will then get them all posted as soon as possible after that. Commissions will be open until August 1st, by which time I hope to have enough pieces commissioned to enable me to commence work.

I’m a professional artist and I create wedding art as well as other types of art. I’ve taken on a number of commissions over the years and I’m willing to take on more. I understand the importance of commissioning a wedding piece for your big day and how it will be with you forever. That is why I make sure to give each piece my full attention.

Telling your story through artwork is my passion! I love getting to know my clients and their loved ones so that I can bring them to life in front of your guests at your wedding ceremony or reception. My goal is to capture their personality and bring them to life with love, humor, and whimsy in a way that will make your guests want to know more about them.

I also love creating original pieces of fine art that celebrate weddings too! Please contact me if you would like to discuss a custom wedding commission.”

I am currently open for commissions for wedding art. I’ve done a lot of awesome stuff for other people that I’m really proud of, and I’m hoping to do more in the future.

You can see a lot of the stuff that I’ve done on my Facebook page ( ) and on my DeviantArt page ( ), though not everything is there. You can also contact me via email or by PMing me here on dA if you’re interested in a commission or have any questions about what I do or what you’d want a piece from me to look like.

If you want to order something from me, here’s what you do:

1) Describe what kind of piece you’re interested in getting, whether it be a digital painting or a traditional drawing or something else, and tell me some details about what it’ll be used for and if it’s for an existing couple or if there’s flexibility in the style and such.

2) Tell me how much you’re willing to pay for the piece; this will give me a general idea of your budget and help me figure out how much time I can put into it without starving to death

So you’ve been together for a while now, and have decided to make it official in the eyes of the law. There are a number of different ways you can go about this, and if you have any interest in the topic at all then I’m sure you’ve done a little bit of research into those options.

With that said, if you’re going for an “alternative” ceremony, or perhaps even just a non-religious ceremony – whatever your reason, I’m here to tell you that there is another way to make your wedding truly yours – every person who’s walked down the aisle with someone they love has dreamed of having their love captured in a piece of art.

I’m an artist who specializes in creating one of a kind wedding pieces. I offer guest books, album art, table numbers etc…I also do custom work for proposals and anniversary gifts. If you have any questions about any of the above please feel free to email me at .

Hey there! I’m Amber, the artist behind Moon Art. I’ve been drawing for over 15 years, and moon art for about 8 years. My work has been featured by BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, Bustle, MTV, The Daily Dot and more! If you’re looking for a custom piece of moon art, I’d love to be your artist.

The process is simple:

You pay what you want (minimum $5) for your commission.

I will draw your request and send you a free sketch to approve. No changes are made until you are happy with the sketch.

A high resolution file of your drawing will then be sent to you via email once it is finished.*

*Please note that while the file is high resolution and works great for printing out at home or sending to a professional print shop as a digital file, it is not intended for mass reproduction or anything outside of personal use.

Please also note that I reserve the right to refuse any commission that does not fall within my area of expertise or if it is outside of my comfort level or ability.**

**Examples of things I am currently unable to do: any character from movies/tv shows (unless they are very obscure), likenesses of real people (again, unless

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Although ULA does not commonly hire freelance artists, we do commission art for special occasions—for example, for celebrations of a new vehicle design or launch. If you are interested in taking on such a project, please visit our website to learn more about becoming a ULA artist-in-residence.

Before submitting your proposal, please read the Artist Guidelines carefully to be sure you understand the requirements. Proposals will not be reviewed unless they are complete and adhere to all guidelines.

NOTE: Please do not send us your portfolio. We will only review proposals that meet our Artist Guidelines.”

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