Oil paintings take a very long time to dry, so it may be necessary to add an additional couple of weeks for shipping. All originals are wrapped in protective paper and plastic and shipped in a sturdy bao with PLENTY of padding. Shipping rates vary by size, but range between $5-$160 I ship via USPS, FedEx, or UPS, and work arrives 2-4 days from ship date.  I purchase additional insurance on any original painting over $250, just in case!

Florida collectors will be charged a 7% sales tax at checkout.


Prints are shipped either in a flat mailer or rolled in a tube. Utmost care is taken in preparing prints for packaging. The cost of shipping a print is between $7 and $30.

Florida collectors will be charged a 7% sales tax at checkout.


International rates are calculated at check out, and can be hard to predict based on customs and border considerations. Prints are $25 to ship internationally. Originals vary by size (noted at checkout). If more or less is required to ship, I will credit or invoice you directly prior to shipment. These can be hard to predict and I appreciate your patience. Please contact me with any questions!

Things to Know and Terms of Use



For any series releases, I will announce to my email list, as well as announce via social media. Originals are sold online on a first come first served basis.


My printers are carefully scouted and are committed to quality.  Prints are offered on fine art paper, rolled canvas, or stretched canvas. I'm not currently offering matting or framing via my online shop except for custom home portraits.

Interior Designers:

I would love to offer you a discount code to use on prints for your spaces. Art may not be marked up from list price without written consent. Please contact me for inquiries!

Refunds and Exchanges:

I want you to love your piece! It’s that important to me. Therefore, I accept refunds or exchanges within the first 30 days.


I take your privacy very seriously. Your provided name and email to my email list is only being used for studio updates and not shared with anybody else. Information used in your order is protected and used solely to ship work and communicate with you regarding any issues of your order. I do not share your information with anyone. This website collects cookies and uses data for Google Analytics and pixels. I comply with CAN-SPAM and other legal requirements for email marketing.

For collectors in the EU: Your data is kept in my database for only as long as required to account for bookkeeping and purchase history. If you would prefer I delete your information, you can contact me HERE.  You have the right to lodge a complaint with legal authority and resciend your data at any time. I will comply with your request within 3 business days.



Kristin Cronic owns the rights to the art, including all sold originals and commissions, unless the collector has purchased the rights (in addition to the cost of the original. Contact me if you want to do that!). The collector may not reproduce her art without written permission. If the art is reproduced in media, please give her credit. Art may not be resold or redistributed without her written permission.Commissions


I’d love to have a conversation about commissioned artwork! My availability for commissioned work is limited. Please contact me using the form below for commission requests. It’s my goal that you LOVE your piece, and if you just aren’t sure, you have 30 days to request something different.

 Here is what you can expect about the commission journey:

  1. My process starts with a consultation. If you live in the Jacksonville, FL area, I would love to do this in person! We can look at your space and talk about your ideas, size, and timeline. It is important to me that you are very excited to move forward with the painting. It is my goal to capture the essence of what you are looking for while speaking in my creative voice as a painter.

  2.  From that conversation, I’ll write you a proposal with a payment plan and contract. To reserve your spot, I kindly require a 30% non refundable deposit, and the remaining balance will be due upon receipt of the painting.  

  3. Once the retainer is paid, I will start the painting process! Depending on my workload, this can take up to a few weeks or even months, and I will keep you posted on my schedule (and we will of course talk about that during prelimary conversations). I’ll start by sending you rough concept sketches and from there we can work out some more details. Once I start the painting, I sometimes send a progress photo or two, but typically don’t send much until it’s mostly complete. 

  4. I’ll send you completion photos and from there you will have the opportunity to make some minor changes. Keep in mind, a lot of the decisions made in the painting were made before it even started with the end in mind, so making significant changes could result in less than desireable outcomes (so the sketches is where we can change course more easily, please don’t be shy during that phase!)

  5. Once you are thrilled with the end piece, I will store it in my studio to dry. This can take 3-8 weeks, sometimes more. Once it is dry enough to varnish, I will varnish it with Gamblin’s Gamvar varnish (removeable with Gamblin’s Gamsol if professional cleaning is ever required). It takes about 24 hours to dry, upon which I will mail to you! (If you are local, I’m happy to arrange a local pick up or delivery).

  6. The entire process from the start of the conversation to shipping typically takes 4-12 weeks, but I promise it’s worth the wait to welcome a custom made piece into your home!  It can be expedited if necessary, and one way to do that is skip the varnish (a local framer can do that for you at a later date) and ship when it’s dry to the touch, typically 1-2 weeks after completion.

  7. Your painting is forever! I take great care to ensure best practices for producing a permanent painting, including careful attention to long lasting mediums and lightfast colors. I primarily paint with Gamblin and Williamsburg Oil Colors, both excellent quality and long lasting. I offer complimentary varnishing and use Gamvar by Gamblin, which is removable with proper solvents, and protects the painting from dirt and damage. With these protocols in place, your painting will last. (a note on the lightfast pigments- they are advertised to even be able to withstand direct sunlight, however, it’s generally advised to minimize harsh sunlight as much as possible).


Pricing and Sizes

This can vary with complexity, but here are some examples of my pricing:

(Framing incurs an additional cost but I’d love to work with you on the perfect frame so it arrives ready to hang!)

  • 16"x20" = $530 + shipping, tax*

  • 18"x24" = $715 + shipping, tax*

  • 20"x24" = $790 + shipping, tax*

  • 24"x36" = $1425 + shipping, tax*

  • 30"x48" = $2050 + shipping, tax*

  • 36”x36” = $2150 + shipping, tax*

  • 36”x48” = $2450 + shipping, tax*

  • 48”x60” = $4750 + shipping, tax*

*Shipping: Shipping rates vary greatly by size and distance. Smaller sizes in the U.S. cost about $25 to ship, but larger sizes can require freight transit and can be around $140 in the U.S. I take great care to package and ship your painting in a way that it gets to you as quickly and safely as possible! If you are local to Jacksonville, Fl, complimentary pick up is available!

*Tax: The Man likes it when I pay him! :) for Florida residents, a 7% sales tax will be applied to cost of artwork (not including the shipping price)

**Some frames may add to the total cost depending on your selection. If you would like to frame your wrapped canvas as well, you totally can! I am happy to help you with any framing you desire.


I'd love to talk with you about a commission!


Recent Commissioned Work



Retirement Gift, 2019

Retirement Gift, 2019

2018 (Triptych)

2018 (Triptych)

2018 (Triptych)

2018 (Triptych)

for Chik-Fil-A in Orange Park, FL 2019

for Chik-Fil-A in Orange Park, FL 2019

Chik Fil A on Wells Road in Orange Park, FL
Commission for Superintendent of United States Naval Academy Wardroom Gift, 2019

Commission for Superintendent of United States Naval Academy Wardroom Gift, 2019