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Can wall art be framed? This question comes up often, and we’re here to answer it once and for all! Keep reading to learn more about the framing options that are available and whether they are recommended or not when it comes to your favorite canvas prints.

What is Canvas Art
Canvas is a great medium for art because it's so versatile. It can be used to create paintings, sculptures, and even wall decorations. If you're looking for a more decorative piece of art for your walls, then canvas is the perfect choice. Canvas wall art can bring life to any room and make it feel more cozy. The only downside is that once you hang your canvas wall art up on your walls, it doesn't really have anywhere else to go! If you want to preserve it or keep from damaging the integrity of the work, then framing is probably not an option. However, if you want to make sure that your piece will last for years and years (and avoid those pesky dust particles), then investing in a frame may be worth the extra cost.

What is Mounting
One of the most common ways to display wall art is by mounting it on a wall. There are many types of mounting available, including framed and unframed mounting. Framing can protect the artwork from damage, but it also adds weight to the piece and restricts its movement on the wall. Unframed mounting provides an alternative for people who want to keep their art lightweight and movable.

What is Framing
Framing is one of the most popular methods for displaying art, and it’s not just limited to pieces on paper. In fact, framed canvas art is a growing trend that is sweeping the world. It’s no wonder; canvas prints are durable, versatile, and easy to update if you have a new piece of artwork to showcase. The question remains: can canvas wall art be framed? The answer is yes! If you want your wall hanging to last for years without fading or discoloring, then you should definitely frame it with an archival matting and frame materials that won’t warp or yellow over time. This will make your piece look as good as new for years to come!

How to Frame Canvas Wall Art
Framing your art can protect it from dust, moisture, and insects. It also helps the artwork to stand out more on the wall and look better in person. There are several types of mounting that you can use for framed canvas art: wire, float mount, or frame mount. Each type of mounting has its own pros and cons to consider when framing your canvas art. In the end, it's all about what you prefer! A great way to test this is by hanging a piece of paper up in the space where you plan to hang your framed canvas art. If it doesn't work with any of them, then keep looking until you find one that does!

The idea here is to get a feel for how the mounting will make your canvas art look as well as protect it against dust, humidity, and bugs. If you're working with smaller pieces of canvas art, some frames don't come tall enough which might require using two pieces together instead of one.

Also consider how much height or width you want around the artwork. Is there room on the wall for something like that? The height might need to go lower if there isn't room high enough so take measurements first before heading off to the store.

First impressions matter so make sure whatever material you choose looks good and will serve its function as well.

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