Do you accept custom orders?
Yes, of course! If you know exactly what sort of piece you’re looking for, you can fill out an order form and the artist will get back to you within 24 hours. If you have more questions about what options you have or need help designing your piece, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once I place an order, how long will it take?
Well, without more details it’s very hard to say. It will depend on how large of a piece you’re ordering and what my current workload is. Please keep in mind that all orders are handmade by one person and some techniques are rather time consuming. Once we’ve discussed your order, I can give you a more accurate estimate.
Do you restore antique hairwork?
Yes! I can restore antique wreaths and palette work pieces. Keep in mind that I will be able to do the hairwork only, and I cannot refurbish a damaged frame or the metal of a jewelry piece. If you have an old piece that you’d like me to take a look at, you can email a photo to email@example.com
Can I book Courtney to speak about the history of hairwork?
Absolutely. If you would like to schedule me for speaking engagements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you offer classes to teach hairwork techniques?
Yes! Depending on where you would like to schedule the class, I will need to make sure there are enough students enrolled to accommodate for time and travel. You can send inquiries to email@example.com
I am a museum curator or antique dealer who is looking for more information on hairwork. Can you help?
I sure can! I have consulted for museums such as Leila’s Hair Museum and The National Museum of Funeral History as well as a handful of antique and oddities stores throughout the country. For general information or more details about a specific piece you have, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a journalist or blogger who would like to speak to you.
Fantastic! I want to speak to you too. Send an email to email@example.com
Can I send you mail?
If I give you the hair of my enemies, can you make me something truly evil?
No. Stop asking.