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Below are the dates and times for the precursor release to my 2024 summer collection. I currently have 3 art pieces available for purchase that I will be releasing individually (on Instagram and Facebook only) on the following dates. I focus on large, intricate Pacific Northwest statement pieces featuring mountains, forests, and animals.

The remaining 9 pieces that I have planned for my summer collection will hopefully be shared with you before the end of August 2024 with a lot of focus, hard work, and good luck.

If you see something come up on my social media pages that resonates with you and you’re interested in learning the price: send me a direct message to inquire about more details. Whomever confirms they’d like to purchase it first, takes it home.
I go by a first-come, first-serve basis.

Instagram: @artandairplanes

Facebook: Art and Airplanes – Jynae’s travels and creations

Please Note:
I am currently not taking commissions or custom orders.
I am only able to ship to Canada and the United States.
There is only one of everything! No prints, no remakes.

My 2024 Release Dates and Times are as follows:

**All times are in Pacific Standard Time**

May 28th @ 11:30 a.m. (Tuesday) 

May 29th @ 11:30 a.m. (Wednesday) 

May 30th @ 11:30 a.m. (Thursday) 

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions that are not answered in my FAQ below.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I get an art piece?

I go by a first-come, first-serve basis in my Instagram and Facebook direct messages. If you see something you like that hasn’t been marked as ‘sold’ yet, please direct message me on Instagram or Facebook to learn about the price. Whomever is the first to confirm they’d like to purchase the art piece after learning the price, gets to take it home.

What is your price range?

My prices typically range anywhere between $3,000 – $12,000 CAD (+shipping & taxes if applicable) Taxes only apply to Canadians. I create large, intricate art pieces and base my price on several factors. Each piece is unique and requires different amounts of material and time.

How do I pay?

For Canadians I use eTransfer.

For Americans I only use Wise.com.

Once a buyer has confirmed they want the artwork, I take roughly 3 to 4 days to package the art piece safely, find out shipping cost to their address, and add any applicable taxes (Taxes are required by Canadian residents only).

I then email an invoice to the person that includes the total of everything: cost of art piece, shipping, and taxes if applicable. Once the invoice is paid to me in full, I immediately ship the art piece to them and provide a tracking number.

Do you ship worldwide?

Unfortunately I do not. I only ship within Canada and the United States at this time.

Why are they always marked as sold on your social media?

If an art piece is marked as **Sold**, it has found a permanent home. I only make one of each. I recommend setting an alarm or notifications for my release dates & times as my pieces typically sell within 24 hours (sometimes within seconds). This absolutely may change, as I have no control over the demand of my projects, but this is my consistent experience for 3 years.

Will you remake the exact same piece as before?

Although I have a certain creative style, nothing is made to be the exact same as previous projects. Each piece is unreplicatable due to the nature of reclaimed wood. Each piece is incredibly unique in its own way. Only one of each – so if you love something, direct message me if it’s still available.

Can I see anything in advance?

I will occasionally include sneak peeks on Instagram, or in my email newsletters for my new collection announcements (Sign up at the bottom of this page!), but otherwise I am currently not offering sneak peeks, holds, or dibs.

Do you take commissions, or will you be soon?

I am not taking on custom work or commissions at this time, and am unable to provide a timeline on when that will change. I will send out an email if it does.

What sort of laser / CNC do you use for your cuts and burns?

I absolutely do not use any laser or CNC machines for any of my woodwork or woodburning. Everything is cut by hand, mostly on a bandsaw (very rarely, a scroll saw) and all woodburnings are done free-hand with a Razertip pyrography kit.

 

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