About Our Artist Enhanced Canvas Prints
Superior craftsmanship. Stunning design. Impressive technology.
We were chosen "Artists of the Year" for 2 consecutive years by the Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau. Our Artist Enhanced Canvas Prints were purchased and presented to both visiting corporate heads and dignitaries.
Your canvas wrap print can be enhanced by the original artist!
In enhancing the print, the same colors and textures that were used in the original painting are applied to the canvas print, adding texture and brushstrokes while maintaining detail. Afterwards, a final satin UV protective finish is applied. So now we have a painting print on canvas - yes - a hybrid with a rich, elegant beauty. Reflecting the unmistakable hand of the artist!
When we displayed one of our Artist Enhanced Prints in our brick and mortar gallery, often people who were interested in purchasing the piece were surprised to hear - "It's not a painting, it's an artist enhanced print !"
Artist Enhancements Examples
Closeup photo of artist enhancements on a stretched canvas print.
"Windy City Nights" by artist Kathleen Patrick.
About Our Canvas Prints
Each canvas print on our website is created from one of our original paintings. All are limited editions and are archival to 150 years. The artist individually prepares the image file, giving the utmost attention to capturing every detail of the original.
We have always maintained the high standards of museums and galleries around the world. Our canvas art prints deliver a vivid image with maximum color accuracy and exceptional resolution. With the great degree of detail and smooth transitions of color gradients, our canvas prints appear much more realistic than other reproduction prints.
All our canvas prints are artisan built and printed in the U.S. - The canvas and wood all come from the U.S. as well. Every canvas is stretched on a 1.5 inch wood frame, has a satin finish, and is wired and ready to hang. The entire image shows on the face of the canvas and the sides are a mirrored image. The end result is a trim, contemporary look that keeps the original image in full view.