ORIGINAL WORK OF ART
An Original Work of Art is the art that the artist has made. It is a unique, one-off piece that will not be replicated.
You understand that YFA uses commercially reasonable efforts to display colors of Original Works of Art accurately via our site. However, because individual computer monitors may display colors differently, YFA is not responsible for the color accuracy of any Original Works of Art on the site and disclaims all liability in this regard.
The purchase cost of a work of art is separate and apart from the shipping & handling costs and any applicable taxes and fees which are in addition to the cost for the work of art.
SHIPPING & HANDLING
Shipping & Handling Costs
All shipping & Handling costs are in addition to the sale price of the art work.
Shipping & Handling costs are determined by the dimensions, weight of the packaged art work, destination and shipping method.
The artwork will be shipped via a commercially viable shipper such as UPS; whereby the artwork can be professionally insured and tracked.
If the artist and/or purchaser prefer a specific/alternative shipper and/or shipping method such method and associated cost must be mutually agreed by the artist, purchaser and YFA.
WHEN WILL PURCHASER RECEIVE THEIR ORDER?
Generally within 11-14 business days from the order confirmation and date of shipment. The delivery time will vary based on origin and destination of the artwork, method of shipment and any applicable customs and clearance time on international shipments.
WHAT IF THE ARTWORK ARRIVES DAMAGED?
If the artwork is damaged upon receipt, you must notify YFA within 48 hours of delivery.
Please send a claim email to email@example.com with your information, order number and images of the damaged artwork and packaging. YFA will reply within 24 hours of the receipt of your claim.
You must photograph and retain the damaged artwork and the original shipping/packaging materials.
All Original Works of Art for sale on the YFA site are sold unframed unless otherwise stated by the artist.
If the artwork is listed as unframed and the artist and purchaser agree that the sale of the given original work of art is to be delivered to the purchaser framed then it is up to the artist and purchaser to agree upon:
• The type of frame
• The cost of the frame
• Who will absorb the cost of the frame; either the artist or the purchaser
• Whether or not the cost of the frame is included in the sale price as listed on the YFA site or in addition to the sale price as listed on the YFA site