Patricia Youngquist The Last Leaf Gardener Information
How to Contact Patricia Youngquist The Last Leaf Gardener
All inquiries regarding Patricia Youngquist’s photo art work may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Our Photo Art Books Imprint
Our photo art books are currently available in soft cover paperback and as e–books. Each version may be purchased directly from our third–party vendors who are each solely responsible for all fulfillment pertaining to every order. Please visit the Photo Art Books Imprint page for more information and how to order.
About Our Photo Prints
Unframed prints from the collected images in the two photo galleries are available in several standard sizes as well as by special custom size order. Each print is reproduced on gallery art paper or high quality archival photographic paper stock and is shipped unframed. For more information, visit our prints storefront, download our black & white catalog here or our kaleidoscopic catalog here, or email questions to email@example.com.
Photo prints from the photo art book, Words In Our Beak, may be special ordered by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Our Note Cards
All note cards for purchase—some of which are individually signed by the artist—must be special orderd by sending an email to email@example.com. All available note cards are derived from either the original art prints or photos from the e–book and come with an envelope of matching quality Our cards, which are not mass produced, are packaged in either identical or mixed sets. Please visit the Card Shoppe in our storefront for complete details.
Payment and Shipping
Patricia Youngquist The Last Leaf Gardener accepts payment for regular orders only through PayPal. All regular orders will be charged the cost of the purchased item(s) plus applicable sales taxes, and shipping. Regular items are normally delivered via First Class Mail.
Terms for payment and shipping relating to all special orders will be addressed and finalized at the time of purchase.
After Your Order Has Been Placed
Patricia Youngquist The Last Leaf Gardener will acknowledge your order by sending an email to the address you provide. A second email will be sent to inform you that your order has been shipped.
Please be aware that, while some orders may ship right away, larger quantity or custom orders may take as much as three (3) weeks to ship. The primary reason there may be a delay between the order date and the shipping date is because neither the greeting cards nor the fine art reproductions are mass produced. While we will make every effort to ship your order as soon as possible, that estimated maximum time frame to ship is directly related to a) the “one of a kind” nature of the impressionist prints and notes cards in our inventory, and b) the quality materials with which the various reproductions are manufactured. Should your order require more time to ship than has been estimated, you will be informed either by phone or by email.
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Turtle Pond Art . . . Patricia Youngquist Photo Art . . . Patricia Youngquist The Last Leaf Gardener: Which is It?
Names may change, but the quality photo art from Patricia Youngquist does not. We are still the same www.patriciayoungquist.com and reachable at the same site–specific email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, for all electronic correspondence. Turtle Pond Art [www.turtlepondart.net] was the name given to the original web site promoting Patricia’s impressionist photo art and note cards. Six years ago, Turtle Pond Art was redeveloped and rechristened Patricia Youngquist Photo Art. Over time, a number of Patricia’s projects literally began to grow out of her urban garden, and The Last Leaf Gardener was born. Today, it is time to merge all those identities together into Patricia Youngquist The Last Leaf Gardener—which necessitates yet another redesign and relaunch of Patricia’s Internet home. This rebranding focuses on new expressions of Patricia’s artistry and further cements the ability of parent company, Patricia Youngquist, Inc., to more easily capitalize on business synergies. As a result, our patrons may run across old references to the Turtle Pond site and/or the email address associated with it. There will also be the odd reference to Patricia Youngquist Photo Art because her impressionist prints and kaleidoscopics are topically independent from the garden–themed photo art.