Do I Keep The Artwork?

Yes, each and every artwork that gets sent to you is yours to keep, forever.

Do the artists get paid?

Yes, they do. Art Pharmacy takes a commission from the artist.

What Is The Artwork availability?

We curate new pieces of art every quarter and send them to our subscribers. Each quarter we focus on a different artist, so over time we cover a mix of styles and techniques.

These pieces are limited edition and made exclusively for our subscribers. On rare occasions, that means new subscribers won’t get a delivery in the first month. We will tell you about it straight away and you won’t get charged until we’re ready to ship to you.

Is Shipping Included?

Shipping is free and we send Prescriptions to anywhere in Australia.

When Will I Get My Prescription?

We aim to send Prescriptions out on around the 15th of the third month in the quarter (Dec, Mar, Jun, Sept), we can't guarantee delivery times though as we use Aus Post/Couriers.

What If I Don't Like The Artwork?

Art is subjective and, even though we work with the best emerging and established artists in Australia, we understand you may not like every piece we send. At this time, we are not accepting returns, and so we encourage re-gifting works that you don't like.

In the future, when we have built up a large enough collection of leftover Prescriptions, we hope to offer an exchange policy for a previous piece.

Can I specify Preferences About Size, Colour, Medium etc?

Not at this stage. We hope to be able to add these sorts of customisations to your subscriptions down the track. Well keep you informed!

Can I Cancel My Subscription?

Yes, but only after the initial subscription term that you signed up for has completed. 'Admire' is a single, one-off payment for just one artwork (the artwork will be shipped at the same time as all the other subscriptions for that quarter); 'Fancy' is a six-month subscription (two quarterly payments, delivering two artworks); 'Collect' is a twelve-month subscription (four quarterly payments, delivering four artworks).