Photos on Canvas Made in the U.S.A. is Something We are Proud of

by Eric Von Lehmden | July 3, 2013

One day away from the 4th of July and we can't help but feel patriotic. It really has us thinking that as a small company we feel the unwavering need to keep all of our photos on canvas made in the U.S.A. here at Canvas Press. Growing up we have seen more and more of the Made in China tags on everything from what we wear to what we sit on and what we eat on. We get countless offers almost daily to source our materials from China because...hey...they are cheaper and maybe we can save a buck or two by buying from them. But that is not what we started Canvas Press to do. We will continue to produce photos on canvas that are handcrafted right here in Round Rock, TX from materials that are purchased here in the USA. We feel that this is the only way to ensure the quality of our photos on canvas that we expect of ourselves and that you deserve.

Our goal is NOT to spit out a volume of photos on canvas that we know will suffer on quality. We will continue to concentrate on printing photos on canvas at a fine art level for each and every order we receive. Whether it is a canvas print of your family vacation or an original piece of artwork you can't wait to hang in your home. We aren't a big company in terms of employees.We don't have hundreds of employees...actually there are 3 of us, but you know that when you call us that one of us will answer you and help you with your product so that it looks just right when you receive it.

So we proudly display the Made in the U.S.A. mark on each of our photos on canvas because "Assembled in the U.S.A." just isn't good enough. That is why everything from the canvas to the wood it is to the nails and staples that are used. Each of our photos on canvas are made in America, and we are proud to keep it that way.

We wish you and your family a happy 4th of July celebration. Have fun, be safe and enjoy your weekend!

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