I’ve been crazy busy lately, but have been meaning to post a picture of what exactly a gallery wrap is. Some of my collections include a 16×20 Fine Art Canvas Gallery Wrap which are one of my very favorite products! The picture of your choice is printed on canvas and wrapped around a 1.5 inch wooden frame, so when you receive it, it’s ready to hang right then and there!
There is also a laminate coating to protect the gallery wrap from scuffs, scratches, and cracking. This coating will also provide UV light protection.
Now, why did I choose 16×20 to offer in my collections?! So many people are scared of going big, but I assure you, you will LOVE big prints hanging in your house. I actually really like bigger, but it’s all about where you are putting it.
It’s rather ironic because Amy Ro, a fabulous photographer from Rhode Island, just wrote a great article on how bigger is better…be sure and go read it, it’s really eye opening and puts things in perspective on how you should decide the size of your wall prints.
(article is here: Bigger Really is Better, Version 2.0, by Amy Ro Photography)
Anyways, I did my own little experiment a couple of weeks ago and yes, just now posting it. When you walk into my house, and look to your left, about 12ish feet away is where this 16×20 gallery wrap is hanging. If this were an 11×14, you would NOT be able to see it. I just love that it makes an impact for my friends and family when they walk through my front door.
Doesn’t that make you just want one?!? I can’t wait to have kids so I can plaster a bunch of huge canvases on my wall!