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But before we do, let me take a moment to thank you for trusting in me to make your design project complete..

Important questions to aswer:

What is the price for commissioned work?

A rate of 700.00 U.S. dollars per square foot is charged for a commissioned work.  The minimum cost for a commissioned work is 4200.00 (six square feet). If the subject contains three or more subjects (architecture, gardens, boat, landscape, seascape, person, animals are all subjects), the cost per square foot is 800.00 (4800.00 minimum). Giclee prints are charged according to size: see price list. For custom sized giclee prints, please visit my Fine Art America Web Site at:


How do I start the commission process?

Before contacting Meg Black about your commission ideas, please take a moment to complete the enclosed questionnaire.

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After your questionnaire is received, Meg will schedule a complimentary one-hour consultation, typically where the commission is intended to be installed, to discuss the scope of the project.  After this meeting, Meg will supply 3-5 photo enhanced samples of the proposed project along with a written contract. The cost for the samples is 200.00. This fee is deducted from the final cost of the commission if the signed contract is returned within 30 days along with a nonrefundable deposit of 25% of the cost of the commission. If additional photographs or sketches are required beyond Meg’s extensive collection, Meg charges 700.00 for a full 8-hour day and 400.00 for a half 4-hour day photography session made payable in advance.  An additional 50% is required during an in-progress meeting at which time any adjustments to the original proposal are determined.  The final balance of 25% is due upon delivery of the artwork. A sample of a commission contract is available here:

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A Plexiglass cubicle screen. Boring!

Wonder what a commissioend work can do for your space? Take a look t this before/after photo. Amazing how a seascape painting of Cape Cod can add so much color and texrure to this classical living room.

The collector emailed me stating: “September is our favorite time of year on the cape. We want to smell the salty air, feel of the wind, and early fall colors  all year.

When I delivered the paintng, he turned to me and said “thank you for giving us memories of the cape every day.”

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Meg Black



Studio located in

Topsfield, MA.  Just north of Boston.


(studio) 978 887 8670 (c) 351 201 0804

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