Shipping, Payment and Return Policy

Payment Information

Kate Kos Studio website accepts payment by any of the following methods:

  • PayPal
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Shipping Information

Your order will be dispatched within 2 working day of receiving payment (Monday-Friday)
In the very unlikely event that your item is lost or damaged during post, then WE are responsible and will issue either a full refund or replacement.

Ireland
You should expect to receive it 1 to 4 working days after dispatch (orders are sent via anPost).

International
You should expect to receive it 5 to 10 working days after dispatch.

Shipping Cost

I offer FREE SHIPPING on all original paintings bought online through Kate Kos Studio website.  For prints and products there is a shipping cost which will be added to your cart at the checkout. Please see more information at the product page.

Returns Information

I want you to you to love your new painting! If you are not happy with your painting or product you can return it.
If you have simply changed your mind, then you have to cover return shipping costs (we suggest using a trackable method).
However; if the item is damaged faulty or in any way not as described, then you will not be responsible for the return postage.

Please contact me before sending painting back.

 

Contact Information

If you require any help with your order, please don’t hesitate to contact me by any of the below methods.
If you send an email, you will get an answer back from me the same day, guaranteed!

Email: info at katekos.com

Phone: (+353) 879877312

 

Painting Bluebells

Couple of recent bluebell paintings I started this painting on location in the woodland around Kiltennel Church and finished in the studio. There is only small batch of bluebells left. I love the flowers of wild garlic, but does it have to be so invasive? Spring in...

East Cork

East Cork Deciding to take advantage of the double bank holiday i loaded up my gear and headed to the beautiful coastel town of Youghal. It is a truelly beatuiful area and a great place to start my painting adventure. I spent a very enjoyable Thursday there and could...

2021

2021 Normally at this time of the year, I give a little review of the previous year listing the highlights etc but here I sit, pen in hand struggling to come up with anything. It doesn't seem like I have too much to talk about when it comes to 2021. Of course, it was...

waterford Trip

Waterford Trip I made a short painting trip to Waterford last week. I stayed in the city for three days and drove around stopping to take photos and paint. Even though I work on my own I really enjoyed that extra solitude and vowed to maked trips like this more often....

Riverchapel Mural

Riverchapel Mural There are times when being an artist feels that extra bit special. And every time I pass my mural in Riverchapel is one of those times. I am so proud of it and delighted how it turned out. A Couple of months ago I was asked to paint a mural in...

St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick's Day Painting It has become a tradition that on St Patrick's Day I paint something green. This is from the photo I took in Courtown Woods and I was meaning to paint it for a long time. I've built this painting up by adding hundreads of small shapes which...

2020

2020 I was never a fan of summing up a year like it's some sort of book I just read and I have to give a book report. New year is just a date like any other and we can't just hit a reset button on Jan 1st as much as we might like to. But if I was to try and sum up...

Under September Skies

Under September Skies During the month of September I decided to create a painting a day. I also made the decision to extend my plein air painting season and so committed to paint all of them outdoors. This was of course with the best of intentions and I stuck with it...

Rose Petals

Rose Petal Picking My mum used to make jam filled doughnuts. They were the most delicious doughnuts I ever tasted and her secret was that she would add wild rose petals to the jam.There was a pink wild rose growing in our neighbourhood so whenever she was making jam...

#portraitsforHSEheroes

Portraits For HSE Heroes   #portraitsforHSEheroes is an initiative started on April 22nd by artist Bernadette Doolan who adapted the idea from an NHS version. It helps artists show appreciation for HSE front line workers. Participating artists would share on...