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Prepaid Managed "Easy Licensing" from ArtVisions is fast, simple and safe.Terms and fees are clearly stated before you order. Easy as 1-2-3. Select Artwork; add your name, email + web link to our convenient form; place your order.
Once payment clears (usually one business day), we will email a download link to you. Fees are payable in ($USD).
This means that it is very unlikely that you will ever see one of our RM images on a competitor's product!
In order to keep prices reasonably low, we offer non-exclusive, world-wide licenses. Because we operate as a boutique licensing source, it is unlikely that you will need exclusive licenses. But, we offer an option for exclusivity for your product-type, incurring a slightly higher licensing fee.
"Boutique", as we use it here, means that access to the artlicensing.us image gallery service is semi-private and a small group of pre-qualified artists are represented.
We will be using imagery primarily from a twenty-plus year old agency, ArtVisions™, who will handle all exclusive licenses.
Since ArtVisions is a full-service licensing agency, it is relatively easy to upgrade to an Exclusive license. Meaning that the exclusive image will not be licensed to a competitor during the term of your license with us.
Naif paintings of British life by Gordon Barker, intended to grab people’s attention and take their imagination to another level. Paintings meant to be enjoyed, while engaging the viewer to see things that also evoke memories or concepts personal to them.
Gordon says; "The landscapes I paint are mostly ones that I’ve created in my imagination. I like to make each picture ‘busy’ so that every time someone looks at it they notice something else going on. I prefer bright vivid colours that grab people’s attention."
"The best thing about being an artist is that I start off with a blank white canvas or sheet or paper and gradually, as my imagination takes over the colours flow until I finish with a colourful, busy story. I am passionate about my creations, and as soon as I finish a painting I am already thinking of my next one. I never lose the desire to create another work of art."