We trust you'll be happy with our prints. To help assure you, we offer a full refund return policy if you are dissatisfied for any reason. Simply return the print within 30 days. Email us regarding any problems and to arrange for shipping.
Visa, Mastercard, Paypal and Cheque. When paying by cheque, we will start work on the order as soon as the cheque clears with our bank, which can take some time.
We are happy to take payments over a number of months. Send us post dated cheques and we will ship your order when the last cheque is deposited. We do not charge interest.
Yes, visit our Gift Certificates page.
Free shipping within Canada and the continental USA. International orders will be shipped as per Canada Post "Tracked Packet International" rates. For more information on shipping, see this page...
The process of crafting your picture takes about a week. This is our workflow which normally starts within a day or two of receiving your order:
It's done with care to your custom order and that takes time. We take pride in craftsmanship; from the moment we capture the photo through to the shipping of the finished product. Check out our blog post Gallery Wrap Framing for an overview with photos.
Yes. Since all our pictures are handmade doing a custom size is no problem. The price is determined by size with no additional cost for custom. For example, if you want a 30X20 custom picture the price would be somewhere between a 24X16 standard size and a 36x24 standard size. We're happy to quote you a custom size price!
Yes, we can convert any of our images to B&W. We're happy to email you a thumbnail sample.
Try to avoid hanging a canvas print where there will be large variation in temperature and humidity such as above a stove or heat vent or in a poorly ventilated bathroom.
Yes, cleaning your canvas print will keep it looking vibrant. Remove the print from the wall and tap it gently on the back of the print to remove any larger dust particles. With a soft, slightly damp cloth, gently wipe the front print face to remove any dust. The top edge of the print accumulates the most dust, so after you finish the front face, wipe down the sides and bottom edge, then finish with the top edge.
Our contact page has a quick contact form as well as phone number and email. We'd love to hear from you.