- frequently asked questions -
How much does shipping cost?
If you are shipping to an address in Canada, you are in luck! Shipping is free on all purchases.
If you are outside of Canada, kindly contact the gallery at so we may work on the best possible shipping quote for you. International shipments and all custom fees are charged to clients. Custom and duties are determined by your country of origin and are out of our control. Whenever possible we will try to provide you with an approximation of custom charges from our shipper.
What if I don't like my artwork? Do you accept returns?
Yes, we certainly do accept returns. Though we are sure you will love your artwork, we recognize that sometimes things don't work in a space as well as originally thought. We are happy to return your *undamaged* art work within ten business days for a full refund. Kindly contact the gallery for further details on procedure.
My artwork arrived damaged, what do I do?
At La Cabeza Gallery we do our utmost to ensure that your artwork will arrive to you intact and in pristine condition. In the unlikely event that your artwork arrives damaged, kindly photograph the packaging and the artwork and contact the gallery immediately. Be sure to include a telephone number where we can reach you.
How do we select our artists?
We are always on the lookout for raw unadulterated talent. We search for art that moves us, that gets our minds and eyes working and that challenges us in a multitude of different ways. If you are an artist and you like our asthetic, feel free to contact us at
What does "La Cabeza" mean? Why is the gallery called "La Cabeza Gallery"?
La cabeza is Spanish for head. For us it was the perfect name for our gallery since it evokes an origin point for creativity and artistic genius. It is from the head that we develop thought, give voice to conversation, formulate ideas and see/experience the world. It is through "la cabeza " that we give birth to our passions and artistry.