What’s Hot? This painting by Edward Lentsch along with our round floating frame recently sold for nearly $50,000. Round and oval shaped paintings have gained popularity in recent years and are a great combination for our floating frames. A floating frame has a dead space between the stretched canvas and inside of the frame which is […]
Round paintings can be used for modern works as shown above or tondo artwork. Round stretcher frames do not need to be expensive and we offer a great solution! Our thanks to Linling Lu for the use of the picture. Please visit her website.
Our canvas strainers – stretchers are made of birch plywood. Smaller sizes are shipped in one piece and larger units can be shipped unassembled to save on freight charges. Call or email with your request! Above: Oval and round canvas stretcher – strainers made of birch plywood. This design offers a very strong frame that […]
This half circle canvas frame snaps together like the other shapes on this page. The puzzle shape makes it very sturdy and will take stress really well. Unless otherwise requested, the standard thickness of our multi – piece canvas frame design is 1.5 inches.
This unit was small enough to ship fully assembled, but can ship in pieces easily enough. Construction is made of two layers of 3/4″ birch plywood which makes this unit very strong. My thanks to Damon Freed for the photos. http://www.damonfreed.com/index.cfm
Our cradled painting panels come in multiple thicknesses and in shapes such as round, oval, or any other polygon for that matter. Images show the front and back side of the round painting panel. Overall thickness of this 60″ diameter unit is 2 inches. Larger sizes such as 14 feet diameter are also available. Email […]
Small oval painting panel that’s cradled. The face of this is only 1/4″ thick with a 3/4″ thick ribbon around the perimeter. The result is a very flat, strong, and light weight surface for a painting. These are also perfect for wrapping canvas onto. Also, the entire panel is made of birch that is museum […]