Ready Made Canvas Deep Edge (Gallery):
- AAA Grade 10oz Canvas
- 100% Natural Cotton Duck
- Professional Artist Quality
- Baltic Pine Frame
- Double Primed
- Made and Manufactured in Europe
- 1.5 Inch (38 mm) Deep Edge
Due to an increasing demand for a quality off the shelf hand made Gallery canvas frame, we are proud to announce the launch of the Johnny Romeo frame.
This is the latest addition to our quality product range!
The pre-stretched Gallery canvas frames are handmade European 10 oz double primed canvas in a range of sizes. Our frames are constructed from only the highest quality reforested finger jointed Baltic pine.
Our Gallery frames are specifically hand crafted to EEC specification rules and come endorsed by the celebrated Australian pop artist Johnny Romeo. The full range of SPI readymade gallery canvas frames are endorsed by Australian pop artist Johnny Romeo.
Utilising 100% cotton duck all stretched gallery canvas frames are made in Europe using AAA grade 10oz double primed canvas. Frames and cross brace constructed from heavy duty finger jointed baltic pine.
For larger sizes and other questions, Email or Call our Shop at 02 9212 2669, 02 9331 2270 we'd be more than happy to assist you.
More About Johnny Romeo:
Johnny Romeo is an internationally acclaimed Australian pop painter whose energetic appropriation of comic book aesthetics and pop culture is capturing attention worldwide. With GQ Magazine describing his art as 'part punk, part pop', he draws inspiration from neo-Expressionism, Rock'n'Roll, graffiti art and Pop art. Johnny Romeo's work critiques the madness of a modern world driven by pervasive advertising, hollow materialism and wasteful excess, exploring the way in which we construct our identities through the idolisation of pop culture and brand-name heroes.
Romeo is represented by many of Australia's top galleries with a number of sell-out exhibitions across Sydney, Perth, the Gold Coast and New Zealand. His work has also caught the attention of publications such as the Sydney Morning Herald; GQ Style Australia, Vogue, Grazia and the Australian Art Review, as well as SBS and Foxtel Australian arts channel STVDIO. His recent work was included in the 2011 Urban Pop Survey in Los Angeles, and there are three major US exhibitions planned for 2012 in addition to a series of commissions by LA County which will see the artist become the first non-US based artist to incorporate his work into transportation projects throughout Los Angeles.
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