My Canvas Prints are a unique way to display your images like a fine art canvas. Canvas Prints can be made from prints on Professional Photo Papers bonded onto museum quality canvas, or Giclée Fine Art Prints printed directly onto the canvas material. The resulting prints can then be stretched and stapled onto a wood artists stretcher bar frame, or mounted on Gator board. These mounting options produce a beautifully finished print.
Giclée Prints are made with high-quality archival inks on fine art papers using a high-resolution large format inkjet printer. The premium inks produce images with smooth tones and rich colors, making these prints ideal for extraordinary presentations.
Photographic Canvas Printing
Photos are printed on Kodak Endura silver based photo paper. The print is then bonded with high pressure and heat onto museum quality canvas. They will not separate over time as many other canvas prints would.
The canvas is mounted on Gator Foamboard, which is a very rigid foamboard and lightweight backing with a white finish.. It is durable and will not warp.
Canvas Gallery Wraps
Canvas Gallery Wraps are a stylish low-cost alternative to traditional framing. Photos are printed on Kodak Endura silver based photo paper then finished with a dry lamination process that is UV and water resistant. The emulsion is then stripped off and bonded with high pressure and heat onto over-sized museum quality canvas. The resulting canvas print is then wrapped around a 1 3/8" thick wooden stretcher frame so that 2-1/4" of the photo's edges are visible on the sides of the frame. It arrives ready to hang right out of the box, hanging hardware included.
The Giclée process enables us to print directly onto museum-quality canvas, so prints will not separate over time. Protective spray coating is applied to the surface of each print to help prevent scratches and other damage.
This type of mounting is a unique way to display your images like a fine art canvas. The print is stretched to the edge of a 1 3/4" thick wooden frame, and stapled around the edges, leaving the full image on the front. Suitable for framing, but also able to hang as is.