We offer worldwide shipping through TNT / FedEx couriers! For the European Union, expect delivery within 5-7 days right to your doorstep. Every package comes with a tracking number and full insurance for peace of mind. We have experience shipping to nearly every country in the EU, so don't hesitate to reach out if you have any inquiries!
For destinations outside the European Union, shipping typically takes around two weeks or slightly longer, depending on your location relative to Europe. Rest assured, all paintings are securely insured and sent in tracked packages. Please note that additional import taxes may apply for shipments outside the EU, and the recipient will be responsible for these charges. We've successfully shipped paintings to numerous countries worldwide. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time!
We gladly accept returns! Ensuring your satisfaction with your purchase is our top priority. You may return items within 30 days of receiving and delivering them. Moreover, understanding that the painting you acquire will likely remain with you for an extended period, we are open to accommodating most returns even beyond the 30-day window.
If you wish to return a painting, please reach out to us, and we will gladly assist you in determining the most efficient solution for shipping and managing the return process!
Viltė Gridasova, the founder of KalbaSpalva.lt (Language and Colour), an English language teacher, painter, translator, writer; simply saying, a woman with a limitless positive energy. It was her Grandmother named Aza from whom Viltė inherited this positive outlook. Granny Aza, an English language teacher by profession, too, taught the little girl the sounds of the English language, the names of the plants in her sunny garden. Aza taught to appreciate the beauty of the nature, art and classical music. Thanks to her Grandmother, language and colour have become inseparable, an integral part of Viltė's life, even more - her true passion.
Viltė says, "As a painter, I'm still searching for my favourite medium. It used to be oil and pastels, but quite recently I've fallen in love with the richness, unpredictability and transparency of watercolour. Painting may be a gift or a suffering, if you cannot express what you'd like to express; but whatever the result, it has to evoke positive feelings. It doesn't mean images have to be bright; they can bring about sadness or melancholic memories, but eventually, art has to give hope and inspiration to the viewers."