This is your LAST CHANCE to order portraits from a previous session.
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Do you wish you had additional copies of your portraits?
Do you remember poses that you loved but never ordered from? 
Use this last chance opportunity to order portraits from previous sessions at a discount.

• Order additional portraits of poses previously ordered and receive a 20% discount.
• Order from poses that were not ordered previously and receive a 10% discount.

Call us at 520-296-7100 to place your order or ask questions.
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Please Read Before Calling:
You can purchase portraits at a 20% discount from poses previously ordered by phone using a credit card. The order must be paid in advance. Once order is taken, order is not changeable and fees paid are not refundable. Although we have retained 30 years of portrait files, we cannot guarantee that we will have your file available.
To order from poses, not previously, purchased at a 10% discount, please call to schedule a time to review images and place your order. There is a minimum prepaid order of one 8x10 at a discounted cost of $175 (plus tax). Once the minimum fee has been paid, studio will research and locate your file. This fee will apply toward your order. If we no longer have your file, the fee will be refunded. Although we have retained 30 years of portrait files, we cannot guarantee that we will have your file available.
Once placed your order is not changeable. Client gives studio permission to use judgment in retouching and artwork, in cutting or cropping images, and on color and density of finished portraits. Highlights and shadows on poses will be as shown on proofs. When investing in a canvas art piece, canvas portrait threads appear different in every art piece; some threads will be stronger in appearance than others and may show as lines in portrait. Jon's canvas portraits are printed using the finest archival pigmented ink processes. Tone & color may change between poses.
Thanks to new technology, improved artistic procedures, and the nature of creating portrait art in general, your new portraits will not match your previous portraits exactly in color, contrast, saturation, and artwork.
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