Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ in development)
This page was created to clarify questions that are frequently asked, in order to make your life, browsing and shopping on Miroslavo’s website easier.
Miroslavo and his passion
How to use Miroslavo.com
To open the full menu of this web, click on the word MORE in the upper left corner of any page.
The top header bar which displays MORE, LESS and Miroslavo’s logo will also follow you when you scroll down a page giving you immediate access to the navigation for this website.
If you wish to quickly search through this website in a way you would google, you have the option to click on LESS in the top right corner to launch the search window.
The top header bar which displays MORE, LESS and Miroslavo’s logo will also follow you when you scroll down a page giving you immediate access to the search function of this website.
Pricing and Payment in Miroslavo’s shop
The prices of Miroslavo’s artwork are calculated based on many factors and this page aims to explain his pricing politics.
They are calculated based on these main factors and costs:
All prices include a VAT tax rate of 21%
Materials and packaging costs
Time spent on creating his artwork
The size of the artwork
The originality and creativity of the artwork
Website and online gallery maintenance costs
Furthermore, they are partially influenced by:
The quality of exhibitions attended
The amount of work Miroslavo creates per month
The profit that is left of the retail price, Miroslavo uses to further fund his artistic evolvement (through visiting galleries, attending art events, entering art prizes, purchasing new equipment, experimentation), donate to The Art Room charity as well as to cover his traveling costs to exhibitions and basic living costs.
Important Notice: All prices are the same whether you buy through a gallery representing Miroslavo, through his exhibitions or through his online art gallery.
Miroslavo’s services and products
Currently, you can buy Miroslavo’s art through his own online gallery, at his exhibitions or through direct contact.