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Gallery Wrap Options

Gallery wrap is a method of stretching a photo on canvas print so that the canvas wraps around the sides of a stretcher bar and is secured to the back of the wooden frame. The sides of the frames are either ¾", 1½", or 2" thick. The result is the staples used for securing the canvas are then not visible. You can choose to have your image wrap completely around the sides or choose a color that compliments your image for a true frameless look.

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Gallery Wrap

  • Using a 16 x 20 canvas as an example:
  • If you would like your image to wrap completely around the sides, we must add an additional 3/4" all around the face of your canvas.
  • Therefore we will crop & center your image to: 17.5" x 21.5"

see example on right    

  • Note: When choosing a full image wrap, be sure your subject(s) are generally centered and away from the canvas edge, you wouldn't want to wrap their heads or bodies around the sides.

 

 

Museum Wrap

  • Using the same example, if you choose Framed or Stretched Canvas, We will crop and center your image to 16" x 20" and the sides will be white. 

  • Note: All framed canvases are printed this way.

 

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1.5 gallery wrap


 

  • Heavy duty Kiln dried Stretcher bars are the backbone of these great looking canvases
  • These are prefered by most photographers
  • 1 ½"
  • 2"

Gallery Wrap

  • Using a 16 x 20 canvas as an example:
  •  If you would like your image to wrap completely around the sides, we must add an additional 1 ½" or 2" all around the face of your canvas.
  • We then will crop & center your image to:

          19" x 23" (1½" depth) or

          20" x 24" (2" depth)

                                see examples on right    

2" gallery wrap


 


  • Note: When choosing a full image Gallery Wrap, be sure your subject(s) are generally centered and away from the canvas edge, you wouldn't want part of the focused subject of the photo wrapped around the side. 

 

  • (if this is the case, use one of the museum wrap options below)

 

 

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Museum Wrap

  • If your subject(s) are too close to the image border, we offer a museum wrap option where you Mia Full Wrap - Canvas Wraps imagecan choose a solid color for the sides of your photo on canvas.

 

 


 



  • Sides are wrapped with the image

 

 

  

 

 

 

 


Mia white Wrap

 

 

 

 

 

  • Sides are wrapped with a white border

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mia black Wrap

 

 

 

  • Sides are wrapped with a black border


 











 


 
Mia pink Wrap

 

 


  •  Or you can choose the color "Pink" like in this example


  • Or choose a color from the image. " use the Orange in Mia's shirt" or "use the Red in Michael's wagon"