Originally $100 CA, now $80 CA
Home is where the sweetest Roses grow...
"Home is Sweetest" is an original mixed media folk art painting. This piece has amazing texture and vivid colours, with slight dimensional aspects. It is finished in a UV protective coating. The sides have been painted black, so there is no need for a frame!
This painting was completed on 11x14" canvas, with 3/4" sides painted black.
Due to differences in monitors, the image may appear slightly different in terms of colors (but not substantially different).
Policies - please see policies for more information about delivery times. Extra shipping charges will be refunded.
2012 © Angela Vandenbogaard
I accept all payments that are acceptable through Etsy. These include Paypal, credit card and more.
All sales are final. Please contact me if you are not satisfied so we may reach a mutually acceptable agreement.
Items are shipped within 7 business days of payment.
Shipping times (from date of shipment):
* Within Canada (Domestic): ~ 2 - 7 business days
* To the USA: ~ 7 - 14 business days; depending on customs.
* All other International: 5 - 10 business days to reach your country, and then time is dependent on postal service / customs there.
Jellybeans is not responsible for possible duties / taxes and shipping delays at customs borders.
Please let me know if your items arrive damaged, or if you are unhappy with your order and we can come to a mutual agreement.
Please send me a convo if you are interested in a custom painting. A typical basic painting is 9 x 12", $70 + s/h, but I can do larger. I will send a sketch before painting. Paintings may take up to 4-6 weeks or longer to complete, based on current demand. Please advise me if you need it sooner than that.
I welcome all wholesale orders, both Canadian and International. Typical turn around time is 3-5 business days.
Please know that all artworks, designs and concepts are copyright of myself, Angela Vandenbogaard. It takes a considerable amount of effort to dream up the ideas that I put to paper with paint, and I ask that you respect my work and do not copy it as your own. Please feel free to use images in blogs that link back to the shop.