A single, contrasting mat in white – or neutral – separates the artwork from the frame. Single mats should be large enough to make both artwork and frame distinct. This solution increases the final size of the framed piece.
CANVAS GALLERY WRAP
The canvas is mounted on a rigid substrate, then stretched around a hidden frame. The artwork continues around the sides of the stretcher frame, producing a clean look when displayed. This design works well in high traffic areas such as hallways and stairwells or in areas where artwork framed with glass would be prohibitive.
A double mat can be used to highlight colors from the artwork, frame, and surrounding environment. This display is most effective when there are multiple pieces of diverse artwork being installed throughout single area.
CANVAS FLOATING FRAME
A traditional gallery standard. This option places a canvas gallery wrap inside of a profile frame constructed of wood or metal. A small amount of space is revealed between the frame and artwork. Use this design in areas such as waiting rooms and lobbies.
The most simple option - the artwork continues to the frame molding. This solution can decrease the final size of the framed piece for projects with limited space
ACOUSTIC CANVAS PANEL
Patent pending sound absorbing canvas panels, reduce sound transmission up to 99%. Listed as the highest rated noise reduction coefficient ASTM standards and made of 75% recycled material.
2" BORDER WITHOUT STAND OFFS
A very safe display option – there is no breakable glass. The artwork is mounted behind clear acrylic up to one-quarter inch in thickness. A distinctive new look ideal for areas where picture frames are impractical or lighting conditions are challenging.
2" BORDER WITH STAND OFFS
Stand-off mounting hardware is designed to hold artwork and other materials at a predetermined distance from the surface upon which they are mounted. The cornered edge is suggested for areas free of traffic, usually above furnishings or reception desks
FULL BLEED WITH STAND OFFS
The artwork continues to the polished edge of the acrylic. Multiple panels can be arranged together to complete a larger image across the wall space.