We welcome enquiries from interior design professionals needing multiple pieces for larger projects - whether canvases or framed prints.
We no longer produce our signarture artworks as canvases for individual order and have removed these from our online gallery.
Our canvas prints deliver contemporary gallery style to complement your home decor or interior design ideas. They add style and texture to everything from large open plan spaces to bijou apartments.
For a start, we use only genuine artist canvas from the world's premier canvas manufacturer, Fredrix. Their high quality canvas offers superior colour reproduction, and prints that are stunning, color accurate and of archival quality. We don't use flimsy 'kit' frames that warp. Our robust, custom built frames use locally sourced, sustainable, kiln-dried timber to deliver superior quality that will stand the test of time. The canvas is professionally stretched by hand to wrap around the edges of our extra deep, 4cm frames in true gallery style. Only genuine signarture canvas artworks carry our trademarked signarture metal stamp.
Our canvas prints are an easy and affordable way to deliver a contemporary update to all manner of interiors. If you are looking for a single piece for your home, to fit out a complete new residential development, to fit out a hotel or update a tired workplace, stretched canvases are the contemporary medium of choice.
Our canvases are produced in limited editions of 250, and each piece is accompanied by a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
Our canvases are supplied pre-strung, ready to hang. They are considerably lighter and more robust than traditional framed prints. You can request your artwork to be strung so that you can hang it in an alternate orientation to that shown in the gallery - just note that in the special instructions on your order.
Our canvas prints are made from natural materials, and are therefore suitable for installation in temperature controlled environments. Significant variation in temperature, humidity and pressure (altitude) can cause the canvas to sag or the frame to warp. Avoid positioning in direct sunlight, which after many years may cause fading. Dust occasionally with a soft cloth or feather duster.