Awash in warm colors and heavy brushstrokes, this brilliant painting print of Vincent van Gogh’s famous “Irises” depicts a field of flowers in a soft spring breeze. Made in the North America, this impressionist design is printed on cotton canvas, which is wrapped over solid wood bars. The purple, green, red, and yellow tones can brighten up any wall, and it arrives ready to hang so you can get right to decorating.
There are no hard and fast rules to know when positioning art in your home, especially since each space has a distinct size and distribution. Many people like to place bold art on the room’s accent wall. In a living room, that’s often above the couch or fireplace. In a bedroom, above the bed is ideal. However, there are many exceptions, so if you feel it looks better on another wall, go for it.
The best gifts reflect both the giver and the receiver. Offer a bit of yourself with personalized canvas art! Custom-design awe-inspiring pieces of artwork for all your favorite people. Create a portrait gallery the grandparents can enjoy every day. Celebrate anniversaries, weddings, or other milestone moments with stunning personalized canvas photos from that momentous day. Capture a stunning sunset or landscape that takes you back to the day you first laid eyes on it. And while a single photo makes a powerful statement, why limit yourself to a single canvas? Split your picture over several canvases to highlight a subject or create movement. Add lyrics or words to your piece to enhance the message in your photograph inspires. Or choose a montage of several related photos to convey a story or highlight a mood. Your imagination is the only limit when creating personalized canvas painting.
A: Dear Customer, Greetings! Thank you for your email, There are two prints where we use wood 1st is the canvas print where the stretcher bars are used which are real wood and 2nd is the frame prints where we use the synthetic wood as to make the frame bit lighter. Please let me know if there is anything further I can help you with. Kind regards, Mike, Canvas Champ. .