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Commissions

The Prince of Wales unveiling James Parker's sculpture at The Glenlivet Distillery, Banffshire, Scotland.

Commissioning Your Sculpture

It's always my aim to make the experience of commissioning a sculpture as straightforward and enjoyable as possible.

  • Following your initial enquiry I will request a range of information in order to get as full a picture as possible of your requirements. Information is likely to include your contact details and may also include photographs of the intended installation site, timescales, preferred materials etc;

  • I'm happy to carry out site visits in order that we can meet in person to explore the options and any ideas you may have. The cost of this visit - payable in advance - is deducted from your deposit;

  • The process differs from one client to the next. After agreeing the direction in which you wish to go in, I'll give a fixed cost for your commission;

  • When we're both happy with the design, and sketches have been signed off by yourself, installation dates will be agreed and deposit paid;

  • The balance is payable on the final day of installation.

Should you have any queries about the commission process please don't hesitate to get in touch.

The Prince of Wales unveiling James Parker's sculpture at The Glenlivet Distillery, Banffshire, Scotland. image James Parker meeting The Prince of Wales at the unveiling of his sculpture at The Glenlivet Distillery, Banffshire, Scotland. image