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Ready to transform your photo into a perfectly stretched canvas print. We've spent years perfecting the craft of making high quality canvas prints, from print to framing we have you covered.
Printed stretched canvas print we did for Park Place Motors in Bellevue, WA.
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Now You Can Order Your Canvas Prints Online.

Save yourself the trip to our production facility and order your canvas prints right online. Simply select which canvas size you would like and upload your photo or artwork on our website and we will ship it directly to you the next business day.

Canvas Printing and Stretching

Canvas printing and stretching is a process by which a print is made on a canvas and then stretched onto a frame. This gallery-wrap technique makes your canvas print a perfect finished product ready to hang. Of course, we finish each canvas off with all hanging hardware installed and even your choice of protective coating at no extra charge. Canvas prints are known for their richness and detail, making them a popular choice for both artists and photographers. We use high-quality materials and techniques to ensure that your canvas print will be of the highest quality. So if you're looking for a beautiful and long-lasting way to display your art or photos, look no further than our canvas printing and stretching service.

Mercedes GT image printed on acid-free canvas and mounted using stretcher bars for Mercedes in Bellevue, WA

Park Place Motors Canvas Print

Fine art canvas wrap printed on acid-free art canvas and stretched using heavy duty stretcher bars for a car dealership in Bellevue, WA

Canvas printed we printed and stretched for Porsche Racing in Seattle, WA. This print was done in extremely high resolution using a durst printer.

Porsche Wall Art Canvas Wrap

This is a highly detailed canvas printed we printed for a Seattle Customer using a very detailed image of a Porsche Racing wheel.

Custom printed stretched canvas we did for park place motors in Bellevue, WA. This canvas print was done using an image of one of their lotus race cars.

Lotus Racing Stretched Canvas

We printed this museum grade canvas print using fine art canvas then stretched and mounted the canvas using heavy duty wood canvas stretcher bars.

High quality canvas print we printed on acid-free canvas and mounted on thick stretcher bars for a client in Bellevue, WA

Canvas Printing

High-Quality Art Reproduction

Our expert production teams work with many artists locally and nationally helping print their art on high-quality acid-free canvas.

Museum Grade Canvas Wraps

Canvas prints are a great way to display your photos, and our Fine Art Canvas Wraps are the perfect way to do it. We start with a loose canvas print on museum-grade artist's canvas. Each print is varnished with a UV protectant and then wrapped around custom milled stretcher bars made from kiln-dried poplar wood. We use a stapleless canvas stretching technique for a clean, finished look. And because we use the latest in archival pigmented ink technology, you can be sure your Canvas Wrap will look great for years to come. So whether you're looking for a unique way to display your photos or you're an artist looking for a high-quality printing option, our Fine Art Canvas Wraps are the perfect choice.


Canvas printing is a process where an image is printed onto a high-quality canvas material, typically made from cotton or polyester. The printed canvas is then stretched over a wooden frame, creating a durable, gallery-style piece of wall art that showcases the image in vibrant detail.

Canvas prints offer several advantages, including increased durability, a textured surface that adds depth to the image, resistance to fading, and a frameless, gallery-style appearance. Canvas prints are also lightweight and easy to hang, making them a popular choice for home and office décor.

While you can print a wide range of images on canvas, it's essential to ensure that the image resolution is high enough to produce a clear, detailed print. High-resolution images, typically above 300 DPI (dots per inch), will result in the best canvas prints.

Canvas materials are primarily divided into two categories: cotton and polyester. Cotton canvas provides a more traditional, textured appearance, while polyester canvas offers greater vibrancy and color saturation. Some canvases are also a blend of both cotton and polyester to combine the benefits of both materials.

Yes, canvas prints can be framed if desired. While many people choose to display canvas prints without a frame for a modern, gallery-style look, adding a frame can enhance the appearance and provide additional protection to the canvas.

To maintain the appearance and longevity of your canvas print, avoid exposing it to direct sunlight or high humidity. To clean the surface, gently dust it with a soft, dry cloth or use a soft brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner. Avoid using chemicals or abrasive materials, as these can damage the print.

Absolutely! Many canvas printing services allow you to upload your own high-resolution photos or digital artwork to be printed on canvas. Ensure that your image is of sufficient quality and resolution for the desired print size to achieve the best results.

Canvas prints come in a variety of standard sizes, for Ardor Printing our Standard Sizes are:

  • 8" x 10"
  • 11" x 14"
  • 12" x 12"
  • 12" x 16"
  • 12" x 18"
  • 16" x 16"
  • 16" x 20"
  • 16" x 24"
  • 18" x 24"
  • 24" x 24"
  • 24" x 36"
  • 32" x 48"

Yes, many canvas printing services offer the option to create multi-panel canvas prints, also known as split canvas or canvas wall displays. This involves dividing an image into multiple sections, which are then printed on separate canvas panels and hung together to create a visually striking, cohesive piece of art.

With proper care and handling, canvas prints can last for many years. High-quality canvas prints, particularly those made with archival-quality inks and materials, can resist fading and deterioration for up to 100 years or more. Always follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure the longevity of your canvas print.