Please get in touch with us directly about any of the works in our current artwork catalogs section or our available original oil paintings website; these you may purchase now through us at artist-direct pricing. Email or text us the name of the image you are interested in and your phone number. Kevin will contact you with the price and shipping details. If the painting is with a gallery or on exhibition, we will put you in contact with them.
Or stop in our satellite studio gallery at Artisan Forge Studios in Eau Claire, Wisconsin- we might not be there, but Trillium in the Decadent Gifts shop can show you our studio.
You may also find us at select outdoor art festivals across the country, where we love to demonstrate our collaborative style and showcase our new originals fresh off the easels from our travels. Check our calendar or facebook page @schaefermilesfa.
Our entire historical oeuvre is not on our website. The archive is a work in progress.
If you are interested in a sold painting, we can paint a similar theme for you as a commission. Email us the name of the image, size, and any details you would like to add.
Park West Gallery on land sea represents us - they set the selling prices for the work they acquire and the prints they produce from our artwork.
Limited Edition Giclee on paper or canvas hand embellished in custom sizes.
Images are generated from high-resolution digital scans and printed with archival-quality inks onto canvas or paper. The giclée printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction.
Our Limited Editions on canvas are hand embellished by us, so please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.
If you want a giclée, please email us the title and size. Editions published by a gallery or publisher may only be purchased from that publisher.
Serigraph and Seriolithograph
Park West Gallery published these beautiful, timeless, and highly collectible prints on paper and canvas, carefully hand-printed.
Serigraphy is a fancy term for silkscreen printing, coming from “seri,” which is Latin for “silk,” and “graphs,” which is Ancient Greek for “writing.”The word was coined early in the last century to distinguish the artistic use of the medium from its more common commercial purpose. Silk screening is familiar to us in countless ways. It is used for everything from t-shirt logos to posters. The medium’s roots lie deep in ancient history, originating in China and Japan as a technique for applying stencils to fabrics and screens. In that respect, silk screening is allied to woodblock printing, which first arose in those countries for similar ends. Both techniques were adopted by European artists and artisans in the 15th century and were developed further for a wide variety of decorative and artistic applications.
Seriolithography combines the silk screen process with serigraphy.