You Don't Need Glass to Frame Canvas PrintsOur canvas has a beautiful sheen that is there to protect the canvas from UV light, scratches and scuffs. So there is no need to put glass in front of the canvas. You want to be able to see the rich texture of the canvas material and if you put it behind glass you will just be hiding it. If you have a frame you already purchased that you would like to use simply recycle the glass for a different project.
Framing .75" Depth Canvas PrintsOur 3/4" canvas will fit into most traditional frames you find at a frame shop or hobby store like Michael's or Hobby Lobby. We also have a selection of frames that you can choose from. You may need some special hardware to secure the canvas print into the back of the frame. Framing your .75" depth canvas gives a nod to the classical painters and the paintings you see in museums all over the world. Many of the old masters like Van Gogh, Monet, and Picasso framed their painted canvas in the same way. With frame choices varying from traditional to ornate to modern you can dress up your canvas prints to match your style.
This frame is one you can purchase with a canvas print from Canvas Press.
Framing 1.5" Depth Canvas PrintsReally? You can frame a 1.5" thick canvas print? Yes...yes we can. They are called Float Frames. The canvas sits inside the frame in a fashion where it looks like it is floating inside the frame. It is a unique way to dress up your 1.5" canvas prints. We offer 4 different color choices for our float frames: Matte Black, Black with Silver trim, Silver, and White. A float frame on a canvas can give an upscale gallery feel to your one of a kind canvas print.
This is an option for a float from from Canvas Press.Right now we do not have an option to frame our 2" depth canvas prints. They really do stand on their own and if you choose a color border (especially black), you almost get the feeling of a framed piece. If you have ordered a non-stretched canvas from us and would like to get it framed without getting it stretched first then your best bet may be to put get it mounted onto a rigid backing. You still will not want to put a piece of glass in front of it. Most frame or hobby stores can mount your non-stretched canvas onto something like foam-core that you can then frame yourself. I hope you found this helpful when deciding if you should frame your next photo canvas. We are always here to help you at 888.784.5553. Get started on your next project - www.canvaspress.com
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