Yes, our space is available for private events. In fact, we can also help you coordinate catering, entertainment and anything else you may need. Please contact us for availability and pricing.
Out of respect for our artists, videography and the use of tripods is not permitted without exclusive permission. Visitors may take photographs for their personal use with portable devices such as cell phones or small cameras. Photography taken for commercial use, wedding photography or formal distribution is prohibited.
No, Grace Renee Gallery does not accept unsolicited proposals for exhibitions or acquisitions.
Grace Renee Gallery staff is unable to authenticate or perform appraisals of works of art or artifacts for the public. We are happy to recommend an appropriate appraiser or auction house. You may also wish to contact the Appraisers Association of America for more specific information.
Grace Renee Gallery neither authorizes nor prohibits links to its website. Any such link does not connote an endorsement by or affiliation with Grace Renee Gallery, its staff or representatives.
Many, if not all of our artists are happy to complete commissioned projects. We will help ensure that communication is clear and concise, and that all of your expectations and goals are met.
A 50 percent non-refundable down payment is required for all commissioned work so that we can ensure the artist, who is likely in high demand, is treated fairly for their time. You will have the opportunity to inspect and approve the final piece, either in photographs or in person. The balance will be due once you are satisfied and prior to shipping.
The most important factor in ensuring a long life for your new artwork is where and how it is installed. With the exceptions of jewelry and glass, it is always best to avoid placing art in direct sunlight and on a flat, cool, dry surface. Never subject artwork to intense heat.
Keep your art dust-free by feather dusting or using a clean, dry cloth. While gem and metal-specific jewelry polishes are fine for artistic jewelry, do not use surface or window cleaners on other artwork.
It is extremely rare for art to be damaged during shipping because of the care we take in packaging your work for transport. It is not unusual for the outside cardboard to be damaged while the artwork remains completely safe and intact inside the packing materials. If you receive a package and are concerned it may be damaged, take photographs of the damaged packaging before it is unwrapped. If it is truly damaged, keep all packing materials for the carrier and/or insurer to inspect. Call or email us immediately so that we can help you ensure your claim is handled properly.