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  • What is the Grant Catton Gallery?
    First off, thanks so much for visiting! The Grant Catton Gallery is a website set up by me -- Grant Catton -- to exhibit and sell original artwork and prints that I have created myself. I make paintings, collages, wall hangings, art objects, greeting cards, and occasionally other stuff. I am proud to exhibit it here for you to peruse and perhaps purchase. Again, I thank you for stopping by!
  • Did you create all the artwork on this site?
    Yes. Unless otherwise noted, all artwork listed for sale on the Grant Catton Gallery has been created by me, Grant. In the future I may list for sale the work of other artists or friends. In that case, I will be as clear as possible as to who is the creator of the work.
  • Where are you based?
    I live and work in Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • A million dollars?!
    Please inquire directly with me for pricing on any works listed at $1 million. That is NOT how much they cost!! There are a variety of (mostly uninteresting) reasons why I list $1 million as the stock price for my work. Which I can elaborate upon when we talk. Please complete the Contact form if interested in a work, or reach out to me via social media.
  • Do you do commissions?
    Yes. I am currently open to commissions at this time. Please contact me directly to discuss further.
  • WTF is with your prices?!
    My works do NOT cost $1 million dollars! When you see $1 million listed as the price for a work, please contact me directly and we will discuss the price. When you see some other price listed (something affordable like a few hundred dollars or whatever) that is the actual price of the work. There are a few reasons why I put $1 million as the price of my works: I would rather just put "Please Inquire for Pricing" but this particular platform will not let you put a non-numerical value for my work Having the price set at $1 million encourages potential collectors to contact me personally to open up a dialogue about my work, about the price, and about potentially buying a piece. Whether or not you end up purchasing a particular work, I vastly prefer having an conversation and making new relationship, to someone simply looking at my site. Shipping on my work is usually pretty high, and needs to be arranged prior to completing a purchase. So if you were interested in purchasing a work, and didn't live near Pittsburgh, we would have to talk anyway to talk about shipping.
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