Making Canvas Paintings
Canvas paintings are most easily shown in a home or business when properly stretched and attached to a wooden frame. Of lesser importance is the presence of a real image frame surrounding the painted image? Indeed, many contemporary painters continue workspace surface around the sides of the stretcher, so the paint can fabric edges in place for a further wooden or metal frame. In any case, framed and unframed canvases can be installed and displayed on a wall, as long wood bar is solidly built and not warped.
Steps for installing canvas paintings: Examine the painting carefully to make sure stretcher is tight. This means all the wood members must be fastened together securely, and the cloth should cover the front. Place the painting on an open wall space to see if it sits flat. A painting seriously warped could not pass this test, especially if the painting is great. Weigh the painting. The easiest way is to grab the painting, standing on a scale and then subtract your weight. Buy a pair of eye bolts and picture hanging wire. The wire must be a foot longer than the width of the painting. Measure the height of the painting with a tape measure. Hang the canvas paintings to the right place.