Split Panel Canvas
High Quality Canvas Split Panel Prints
Canvas photo split panels are very popular and a great alternative to single panel canvas prints. Your image is converted and outputted at a higher resolution during the enlargement process. The image is then spliced or split into separate image tiles. This creates a beautiful photo grouping effect and is ideal for filling in large wall spaces.
Triptych - Large Center Panel Design
This 3-panel canvas split format has by far been our most popular option. Your photos are split proportionally onto three individual panels, the center panel has a square dimension and features the largest viewing area. The two outside panels are much slimmer in comparison.
100% Canadian made!
What do my Split Panels include?
Canvas Splt Panel Material
High quality, North American made, 380 gsm premium artist quality, water resistant matte poly/cotton blend canvas material with fine texture.
The canvas panels are available in two different thicknesses, 3/4" (thin gallery) and 1 3/4" (thick gallery).
Ink used for Printing my Image Tiles
Photos are printed using a 12-color photo ink configuration which provide a very large color gamut, seamless gradations, bright and rich colors.
Hanging my Split Panel Display
Heavy duty hanging wire assembly for canvas wraps larger than 16 x 20 and sawtooth hangers for smaller sizes.
Protecting my Photo Print
Scratch resistant matte or low luster UV film which protects your image from fading, atmospheric pollutants, dirt, dust and scuff marks. Designed to protect your prints up to 200 years!
Each canvas print is either shrink wrapped with corner protectors or wrapped in bubble wrap depending on the size of the print and the level of damage protection required.
Aligning your Canvas Photos correctly onto Split Panels
Depending on the nature of the image, we apply an overlap of approximately 2-3 inches on each split panel. This ensures that when your artwork is hung, the graphical elements within the image is properly aligned. This is especially important if your photos include linear objects situated close to the perimeter of the image. You have the option of splitting your photo(s) either horizontally or vertically. The orientation of the split all depends on your preference and the style of the photo be used for the project.