Commission an Original

    1. Select a Medium

     Charcoal or pencil drawing on paper charcoal1
     Oil or Acrylic painting on canvas board oil
     Watercolor or Pastel on canvas board watercolor

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    2. Upload photos

    Mark creates commissioned pieces from photographs. Please upload at least 1 photograph of non-copywrited content. If you choose to upload more than 1 photograph, ensure that they are of the same subject matter, and simply provide clarification. Any requests in which Mark is asked to choose among the submitted photographs of different subject matters will be placed on hold until we receive information from the customer about which subject matter to move forward with.

    3. Select size

    Artwork Category 8x109x1211x14
    Charcoal or pencil drawing on paper$350$450$600
    Oil or Acrylic painting on canvas board$750$850$1000
    Watercolor or Pastel on canvas board$550$650$800
    Addl Subject Fee (for more than 3 subjects) +$50 +$100 +$150

    4. Review FAQs

    What photo should I choose?
    In selecting a photograph, consider how it would look as a painting or drawing. Feel free to provide additional photographs to clarify facial expression, background, etc. Although Mark became famous for copying master works, this website will not support the commissioning of copyrighted images, so please only upload non-copywrited materials.

    Can the background be altered?
    The background and clothing can be changed. Note that Mark tends towards loose backgrounds. For more examples of his style, please visit the Portfolio page. If you have specific requests, please note them in the comment box.

    How fast will I receive my Mark Landis Original?
    Commission request volume varies by media appearances, and turnaround times vary accordingly. Orders typically process about 4 weeks. If the commission is for a special event, please let us know ahead of time so we can manage accordingly.

    What is Mark's process like?
    Great question! The best way to learn about Mark's process is to watch Art and Craft, a documentary about Mark's experiences in the art community. For viewing information, please see our Press page.

    5. Review Guidelines

     I authorize my photo and finished work to be included on the website.
     I certify that the photos provided are owned by me and do not represent an attempt to commit a forgery of copyrighted work.
     I acknowledge that Mark Landis has the right to artistic license when interpreting his vision for each work of art.



    Note: Each commission must be ordered separately. Please submit a new form for each commission request.