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Canvas

Stretched Canvas, Gallery Wraps, & Float Framing

We work extensively with Canvas art. If you would like to know if a canvas piece needs to be stretched, we would be happy to examine the type and condition and advise you on the framing. Not all works of art on canvas can, or should be stretched onto bars. For those that do, we start by building custom stretcher bars to fit your artwork, and then pull and staple the canvas to those bars for support.


Gallery Wraps

A Gallery Wrap is a type of canvas stretch, in which the Giclée image or painting wraps around the sides of the stretcher bars to create a 3D effect. It is a popular style that many people enjoy as opposed to traditional framing. For a contemporary, and polished look, many people will combine a Gallery Wrap with a Float frame. These appealing open faced frames show off the edges of the art and appear to float effortlessly, with the frame’s edge offset from stretched canvas.

We use special cutting and folding techniques to make the corners of the image align in a perfect fold.

We use special cutting and folding techniques to make the corners of the image align in a perfect fold.

Float Frame profiles are designed not to cover the edges of the art.

Float Frame profiles are designed not to cover the edges of the art.

Regular stretched canvases are stapled on the sides. A Gallery wrap staples to the back for a cleaner look.

Regular stretched canvases are stapled on the sides. A Gallery wrap staples to the back for a cleaner look.


Print on Canvas

Grant’s Frames can print your favorite photos onto canvas. We regularly help enlarge cellphone images so our customers can fully enjoy them. Our Print & Photo page has more information about the full range of our printing and digital services.