In my meeting today, I found that I had misunderstood what the printer had originally proposed. I was looking to minimize the additional steps for a buyer (inquiring about other sizes, rates, etc). I've restored and updated the Prints sales page where buyers can fill out the order form, which I will receive through my email address. There is still the Comment box where you can ask questions about particular prints, costs etc. I can then reply to you (or call you if you prefer) to confirm the order or answer you inquiry. Once confirmed, I can then either send you a PayPal Money Request, or arrange for you to send an eTransfer, Money Order. Once the payment has cleared, the printer will prepare the print(s). As that is being done, I will confirm shipping arrangements with you, and again, you can pay for the shipping cost before the order can be sent out to you. Ideally, I will endeavour to get the shipping cost to you when confirming the order so that you don't require making a second payment.
This way, your print orders can be processed, until I continue my research in eCommerce options which better streamline the process.
Andre Prevost, began his work in theatre in the late 70s and in iconography in 1980 and has a large body of work in each. He has been based in Western Canada; North Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and now back in North Vancouver. He is also currently working on a series of acrylic paintings 'Journeying with the Totems' which will be featured in 2 exhibitions in 2015.