Artwork and photographs printed to canvas has grown immensely in the last 25 years and is readily available in all price points.  

One term to know: Giclee.

Giclee: (gi·clée: /zhe-clay/): a technology for fine art or photograph copy using high-quality inkjet printer to make individual copies.

Giclee printing process uses fade resistant, archival ink and archival substrate (canvas) to create large format copies of artwork. Artists use this process to make copies of their art while preserving the original.

Benefits of Canvas

No Glare.  Canvases can be mounted directly to a frame, and require no glass — so there is no glare.

Texture: The texture of canvas can add a striking effect to art

Weight: Canvas is lightweight, so is great in situations where weight is a concern.

Size Limitations: None

Look & Style: A good choice when you want to achieve a “painterly” effect. Photographs can be digitally enhanced to look like paintings.  

See also: Canvas Stretching


Our three step promise ensures that your artwork, keepsakes, and valuables stay protected and are displayed the best they can be.

  1. Quality: We use only the very best, acid free materials in mounting and showcasing your pieces. We test our products to ensure they resist fading, discoloration, warping, or rippling.
  2. Service: Any piece you bring or mail to us remains at our facility. We do all work in-house and take pride in keeping your valuables safe at all times.
  3. Guarantee: Should any of our products not meet our quality standards we will replace the molding, mattes and mounting boards.

For our out of town shoppers: Need to choose frame molding and mattes without being able to come in to our location? Fill out the contact form below and we will email photo samples once we narrow down the design criteria.

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