When Ordering we encourage your to use our new Purchase Request system. When you are viewing a piece you wish to purchase please click this button:
This adds the piece to your Purchase Request Basket. You may add as many pieces as you like to your Basket before completing the Request. When you are ready to Submit your Purchase Request click the following button:
Confirm the items in your Basket are correct, Click the Checkout button, and fill in all the Personal Information fields. If the pieces are still available I will contact you shortly.
Pieces may also be ordered by phone or email .
Call (718)225-3261 from 8-11:30PM EST weekdays and all day on weekends to reserve art and arrange payment. Payment can be made by either check, money order, credit card or Pay Pal (firstname.lastname@example.org is the account)
Artwork is only marked/placed on hold when Albert says it's on hold for you. Payment or a solid offer that Albert has agreed to will place the art on hold/sold. Get email confirmation always. Asking about it or wanting to trade for it doesn't mean that it's on hold.
We do not accept Pay Pal payments from outside of the United States, unless it is from a verified Pay Pal account. We can only accept International Money Orders from anywhere outside of the U.S., no personal checks.
For Credit Card orders, an email statement is required with permission to debit your card.
Pieces will be held for 14 days to allow checks to clear.
An additional $20.00 charge will be applied to all orders to cover shipping and insurance within the continental US via 2 day FedEx. To Canada is $50.00 via FedEx Express Saver. International shipping is $65.00 Via FedEx. Sales tax is 8.875% for New York State residents.
The mailing address is:
213-37 39th Ave., #284
Bayside, New York 11361-2071
There Will Be A 25% Restock Fee On All Returned Artwork Unless It Is Returned Due To Damage Or A Wrong Listing
Standard one-of-a-kind-art-disclaimer: Sold items will be marked as quickly as possible, but please remember that there may be times when a piece of art is listed as available when it has, in fact, just been sold. Don't worry. Something else will come along. It always does.