This is a German Hahnemuhle 310 gsm lightly textured fine art paper with full archival properties. I have been using this paper since 2005 and it has proven to be very popular with the water colour artists.
This is a German Hahnemuhle 308 gsm smooth fine art paper with full archival properties. I have been using this paper since 2005 and it has proven to be very popular with watercolour and acrylic artworks, also pencil and charcoal drawings.
Photo Rag Satin
This is a German Hahnemuhle 310 gsm satin fine art paper with full archival properties. I have been using this paper since 2017. Although it is a new product to our range it seems to work well with prints of acrylic paintings.
Our satin canvas is a poly cotton blend of a high standard and full archival properties. We updated to this canvas in 2015 and it has proven to be very resilient and a pleasure to work with.
Our artists are very happy with the results on this canvas.
Single Suspended Canvas
This video gives an overview of our single and double suspended canvases.
This is a single suspended canvas in a room setting. It suspends 20 mm off the wall and this painting is by Marea Kozaczynski-McCaig.
As you can see this is an example of how the canvas appears suspended off the wall by 20 mm.
Another example of a suspended canvas in a room setting, original painting by Helene Ruma.
Double Suspended Canvas
We are now looking at a double suspended canvas that is a smaller canvas over a larger canvas with the background of the larger canvas white. These give an entirely different look and dimension to your art work. This painting is by Allan Jenkins (deceased).
Another double suspended canvas in a room setting. This time the background print is 50% opacity with the same image on the foreground. Artist Dennis Blanch.
Showing a corner view of a double suspended canvas. These have been proven to be very popular with artists.
Please view our Framless Mounts Video.
Our frameless mounts are usually one of the fine art papers mounted on board with high grade optically clear acrylic over the front surface. This is a very handy way to offer your prints with a touch of class without having to go to the expense of framing. They suit a modern decore and are available in different sizes. Painting by Dennis Blanch.
Showing the reverse side of our suspended canvases. These are strong and well made.
A side view of the fine art paper wrapped around the board with the optically clear acrylic which is held on by clips to give you the frameless look.