Printing Photos on Canvas

Why Print on Canvas?

 

Printing photographs on canvas can add a another dimension to the image. In a sense it allows the image to “breathe”,  the image is not constrained behind glass.   Images are printed with Epson archival inks on the finest quality Hahnemuhle canvas.

 

The expected age of these prints is 100 years plus.

 

They are hand-stretched onto a wooden frame and signed by the photographer. The Fine Art Prints are  printed in limited editions, signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.   The Decorative Art Prints are  printed in larger limited editions.

 

This process of using high quality canvas with large format commercial ink jet printers is often called  giclee printing.  The  images are printed on canvas and then stretched and mounted onto a wood artists stretcher bar frame by the photographer and are suitable for hanging (with or without additional frame).

 

Mark Wiedorn Photography Canvas Prints

 

Fine Art Prints:

The image size is smaller than the frame the canvas is stretched over. This means the image has a white border to the edges of the canvas and and this is combined with the frame to give a feeling that the image is matted and presented. (see example)

 

 

Decorative Art Prints:

The image size is larger than the frame the canvas is stretched over.  This means the image “bleeds” over the edges of the frame.  (see example)   A certificate of authenticity is provided.

 

Return To Print Galleries:

Fine Art Prints…to the light

Fine Art Prints: Panelak Planet

Fine Art Prints: Tramvaj Musing

Decorative Art Prints: Textures