Because I Love You
Because I Love You
This abstract piece of art is an expression of hopeful moments, a chance meeting, an unexpected event, an anticipation – allows us to have hope. Because I Love You is just that - the willingness, the action of showing yourself and being vulnerable, just because I love you.
2021, acrylic and watercolor crayon on canvas, unframed, 48″x60″. Ships rolled in a heavyweight tube. Unframed.
Paintings are shipped 2 business days following order.
Paintings that are shipped in a tube are unmounted and unframed. We recommend using local framers to mount and frame due to potential for damage during shipping and excessive costs to ship large parcels.
Paintings that are mounted on stretchers are shipped in a foam-lined heavyweight box designed to protect the painting from potential damage.
If you are shipping to an location outside of the United States, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the carrier and cost.
We use recognized carriers for all shipments - primarily UPS, USPS, and Fedex - for shipments. Customer will be provided a tracking number for shipped artwork. Customer agrees to be available to receive shipment on the scheduled delivery date as provided by the carrier, or to work with the carrier directly for an appropriate delivery date. Once shipment is given to carrier, Jen Ramos and Jen Ramos Art is not responsible for re-delivery or lost artwork, carrier misplacement or other issues out of control of Jen Ramos and Jen Ramos Art that impede delivery.
If artwork does not show up 30 days after shipment date, Jen Ramos can replace the artwork with similar style, but if the artwork is valued at more than $1,000, customer agrees to pay a fee of $400 to recreate the artwork.
About Jen Ramos
Jen Ramos is an Arlington, Virginia based artist, graphic designer, and entrepreneur who has painted bright & bold artwork for over 11 years. Her works evoke a range of emotions, underscored by feelings of happiness, joy, hope & sometimes a little chaos. She’s always felt her art was like a symbolic language in which she conveys her feelings. Simplicity, elegance, luxury, and harmony define her aesthetic.