New Collection coming to Gregg Irby Gallery September 2022

Frequently Asked Questions

Please follow me on Instagram where I share a look into my process, sneak peeks of new releases, and lots of photos of little-girl chaos. My email list is also a great way to stay up-to-date. Sign up below. I rarely send emails but always put together a comprehensive preview for all of my new collections.

In 2022, I hope to release three large bodies of work: spring, late summer and holiday. 

I take a limited number of commissions each year. Please see my commissions page for process information. 

I schedule commissions in two rounds each year — once in January for the first half of the year and once in June for the second half of the year. An email will go out to people on my commission waitlist with the information. Contact me to be added to the list. Commissions are booked on a first come, first served basis. 

Yes, I ship artwork all over the continental United States. I have a beloved and trusted shipper in Raleigh who treats each piece with extreme care. All artwork is insured for the full value. Larger works are crated. For commissions, a shipping quote will be provided when booking. For collection pieces, a flat fee will be added to your purchase and refunded after the purchase if local pickup or delivery can be coordinated.

Currently, my work is only available through my own website. I do my best, but photographing art is not easy! If you are interested in a piece, don’t hesitate to reach out for more photos. And nothing comes close to seeing it in person. For this reason, I welcome visitors to my home studio. Just be prepared for someone to ask you to play Barbies.

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