what is the difference between Gallery Wrap and Framed Gallery Wrap?

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Linda Schmidt Holbeck

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JoAnn Palmer

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Linda... until someone in the know answers your question better... I will share what I know about canvas.. a gallery wrap is most likely the wooden frame structure with the canvas stretched over it and wrapped around the wooden structure.... then the photo image continues i s secured underneath to the frame structure and usually a back is added to the back of the framed canvas so you dont see the wooden frame at all... the finished look is what is often seen in art galleries... no decorative or visible frame at all..

the framed gallery wrap would be the same but with most likely a black or white frame around the canvas. I have 7 or 8 canvasses.. none of mine are framed.. just the Gallery Wrap which I love.. just a matter of taste.. which way you like it... I like them unframed for I love the look of the photo as it wraps around the edges and continues to the back.
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Hi Linda

A gallery wrap is a traditional canvas where the canvas is stretched around the sides. Here is a sample.


A framed gallery wrap is when we take a gallery wrap and we but a floating frame around it. It is the same canvas as above - just with a classy black frame. Here is a sample:



Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Linda Schmidt Holbeck

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a followup question - how quickly do your orders ship? I am leaving on a trip and want to take this with me. I am leaving on the 20th.
thanks
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Orders ship in 3 days for gallery wraps and 4 days for frames (cut off time is 5pm mountain). Expedited shipping is available. We ship from Colorado via UPS so you can look at their maps to see how long a ground order will take.
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OK thanks

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