Welcome! To make things as easy as possible, we’ve compiled a list of answers to our frequently asked questions. If you have any questions that aren’t covered below then please feel free to call us on 0114 2631000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Does Pete do personal commissions?
Unfortunately, Pete stopped taking on private commission work over four years ago as he was finding it too difficult to keep up with his other projects and ever-increasing workload whilst doing these. However, if you are interested in working on a collaborative project then please get in touch.
Does Pete do signings or dedications?
Sadly we cannot facilitate signings or dedications from Pete. We are very grateful to be inundated with daily requests for signings from fans of Pete’s works. However, as Pete doesn’t work at the gallery we are unable to fulfil such requests.
Can I personalise, alter or add something to McKee prints, posters or products?
We’re afraid that we cannot alter, add or personalise any of our products. They can only be purchased as they appear in our online shop and in our gallery.
Can I bring back a print, poster etc. I previously purchased at the McKee gallery to have it framed?
Absolutely. No matter how long ago you bought your print, poster or limited edition, you can always bring it back to us for framing. We only charge the difference for framing. Our framer is based locally and everything he frames is made bespoke.
I’ve seen you offer black or white frames. Can you frame something for me in a specific colour?
Unfortunately, we are only able to offer frames in Angled Black, Flat Black, or Flat White. If these options don’t suit you, we are happy to recommend alternative framers.
I want to frame one of your prints/posters/limited editions myself. What size do I need?
When framing something from the McKee Gallery, please refer to the unframed dimensions of the artwork which appear below all the products online. The size of the frame should be the same dimensions of the unframed print.
I’ve seen a McKee image outside the McKee gallery but it’s not available to purchase on your website. Where can I find it?
Pete has been working as an artist for almost 20 years and has created a large body of work. To keep both the online and gallery shop streamlined we have carefully curated a selection of prints. Usually anything that doesn’t appear here is no longer for sale. However, if you would like to double check, please email us at email@example.com with as much information as you can, preferably including a picture of the image you are referring to. This way we can give you an answer as quickly as possible.
Can you donate a product/s or create artwork for charitable events?
Due to the large amount of daily requests we get for donations, we are sadly unable to facilitate this. As it would be impossible for us to help out with every single one, we, unfortunately, have to say no to everyone. We feel it would be unfair to say yes to a select few and no to others.
Pete works closely with several charities each year. He is a patron of Art Plus; who use art to provide child friendly settings at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and help young patients feel more comfortable, as well as offering workshops. Pete is also an ambassador for Teenage Cancer Trust and has worked with them for over 10 years, producing limited edition prints and merchandise which have raised almost £250,000 so far.
Do you have a mailing list?
Yes! By joining our mailing list you will receive updates on our product launches, exhibitions and events (basically all of our exciting stuff). To join, visit our homepage, scroll down to our ‘Fan Club’ section, and add your email.
Do you do gift vouchers?
Yes! Our gift vouchers make great gifts as we have so much to choose from. They don’t have an expiry date either which allows the holder to take their time choosing what they want. We offer both online gift cards and in store gift cards.
Is Pete’s dog Eric, his tiny Chihuahua companion cute?
Yes. One hundred percent yes.