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Please contact me about my work or with any questions you may have about purchasing.

I have many pieces for sale which are not on this or any website. If you see a painting on Instagram (or elsewhere) you like, contact me to ask me if it's still available.

Payment: Checkout via the cart on this site with a credit card or PayPal, mail me a check, or contact me to pay with Apple Pay, Paper Money or hand me Gold Bullion.


Satisfaction Guaranteed: All purchases of original paintings and prints start with a seven day approval period, within which you may return your purchase if you are not completely satisfied for any reason. 


Visit My Studio: My studio is at The Green Way in Gardiner, WA. I love visitors! (Plus, I undoubtedly have the largest collection of original Mike Biskup paintings anywhere!). Contact me to set up a studio visit.


Shipping: I generally ship items within a day or two of your purchase via Priority Mail. Feel free to contact me if you'd rather buy a piece without a shipping fee, and pay for shipping after the exact amount is known based on the size and weight of the item and your location. Occasionally this website tools makes BIG mistakes on shipping costs. I will contact you if something went wrong and your shipping cost of $2 should have been more like $200.

Prices: My prices are based mainly on size and sometimes the amount of time invested in creating the piece. Some of them are negotiable. Email, text or call me if you see something you really want, but can't afford. Payments plans and rentals are also possible. Ask me! :)

Where else can you find my art for sale? 


Bainbridge Arts and Crafts: BAC is a 75 year old non profit gallery. All sales benefit local art education programs on Bainbridge Island, WA. They have a beautiful gallery with a rotating selection of my originals available. A (glorious) 30 min ferry from Seattle.

Face Guts: Tim Biskup's Gallery and Project Space in Los Angeles. My Brother. He's got a bunch of my pieces for sale... Just ask him while you're in LA.

Saatchi Art: Online Art Gallery Based in Los Angeles.

Originals and Limited Edition Archival Prints available in multiple sizes framed or unframed.

Singulart: Online Art Gallery Based in Paris.

Originals - Framing options available.


Materials Notes:


Paper: Fabriano Artistico and Arches, acid free, 140lb. I prefer to stretch wet paper over wood panels which makes something like a paper 'canvas' to paint on. Always flat. Artwork is isolated from wood panels with neutral ph polypropylene film that is sandwiched between the panel and paper. Unframed pieces are generally not stretched and may have the classic watercolor paper wave.


Paints and Ink: I use Windsor and Newton, Sennelier,  M. Graham and Holbein watercolor paints. I also make paint myself using natural earth pigments gum arabic and honey. These paints are archival, extremely lightfast and totally non-toxic. Many historically important pigments are still available today as they have been for as long as humans have been crushing rocks to make colors. Ink is usually permanent carbon based India ink. Sometimes I use alcohol or acrylic painting pens. All my pieces have superior fade resistance. (All original art is best hung out of direct sunlight) 


Sealing Wax: For framed pieces, I seal paintings with Gamblin Cold Wax Medium. This adds a very thin layer of completely clear bees wax on top of the painting which permanently seals it. Sometimes I put it on thick for textural effects. This allows gentle dusting and eliminates the need for glass. This wax layer can be scratched by something hard rubbing it. A scratch like this can be buffed out, OR a fresh wax layer can be safely applied. Call me for details on how to do this. It's pretty fun, easy and safe. I can do it for you also, if needed.


Frames: I build my own frames in my woodshop. Woods include Western Red Cedar, Poplar, Cherry, Oak, etc etc. I oil these with a butcher block oil - mineral oil, beeswax mixture. You can always re-oil them if you're crafty and want a darker look - ask me about this if interested. Much of the cedar I use comes from an old sawmill across the street from my studio.

If you ever have a question about or problem with a painting or frame, please contact me and I will be happy to help. I am very committed to creating archival, non-toxic, artworks and frames of the highest quality which are built to last a lifetime.

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