When viewing a cherished photo on a digital camera or a smartphone screen, it can be hard to appreciate every detail in the image. Images On Canvas enlarges these pictures and puts them on gallery-style canvases that come in a variety of standard and panoramic sizes.
Photos can be submitted from cameras and phones and each image is transformed into a canvas print by hand. Other customization options include colour enhancement, black-and-white, and even object removal. In the event the image doesn't enlarge well, or if it needs to be cropped or otherwise altered before being transferred to canvas, the customer is always notified first.
In addition to photo transferring, Images On Canvas has curated fine-art prints in nine handpicked categories, including landscapes, landmarks, abstracts, and the finest macaroni art.
For nearly five decades, G & K Picture Frame Canada has been protecting keepsakes from the wear and tear of time⎯and they do so in style. With four shops scattered across Ontario, the family-owned business presents its clients with hundreds of custom framing options and combinations. Expert staff members at each location help navigate the oasis of choices, flexing their framing muscles by putting everything from diplomas and sports jerseys to exotic brochures and clothing behind glass. They can also safeguard 3-D objects and bulkier relics, such as guitars and needlepoint creations.
New Classic compiles a warehouse worth of retail and wholesale cookware, knives, and tableware as well as home furnishings from cabinets to chandeliers. Its expansive showroom abounds with houseware from Versace, Armani, and Swarovski to enable keeping up with the Joneses and their gold-leaf washing machine. The shop's overseas agents and buyers in Europe and Asia scout the globe to maintain a unique selection of housewares and gifts.
To reach the heights of advanced cookery, one needs the right cutlery. Cook Room makes sure chefs, no matter if they operate out of the home or a professional kitchen, work with the best tools to ply their trade. They carry pots and pans of every variety, featuring some forged from stainless steel, some coated in non-stick Teflon, and some built to withstand the intense heat of an oven. They round out their selection of cooking gear with flatware—such as the 78-piece Carl Weill set—and knife sets that feature blades ideal for paring fruit, deboning ducks, or slicing effortlessly through air molecules.
Upholders of ancient Roman mosaic techniques since their foundation in 1990, Glass Mosaic Canada?s team of knowledgeable artisans outfits shoppers with mosaic-making supplies while helming hands-on art courses, which are ideal for summer activities, birthday parties, and pupils of all ages. Staffers bustle about the store stocking shelves with a glittering selection of tiles and tesserae imported from across the globe along with handy tools and accessories. Sage instructors employ upward of 10 years of teaching experience to impart their tile-centric prowess upon students during interactive courses and workshops that teach both basic and advanced mosaic applications depending on students' experience levels and any mosaic work done in a previous life. While specializing in all things mosaic, the store?s staff also works with homeowners to create in-home mosaics and stained-glass pieces to beautify domestic planes.
Touting a degree in Fine Arts, Framing Dames owner Catherine Hawthorn helms art classes and assists her customers in tastefully preserving their work and memorabilia with custom framing. Adults and kids aged 6–13 can learn how to draw, paint, and sculpt in a variety of classes and workshops, then hone their creative skills at home through a wide selection of art supplies available for purchase. On the framing side of the shop, the crew encloses two-dimensional masterpieces or napkins commemorating a first taste of nachos in acid-free materials designed for museum-quality protection. Three-dimensional objects, such as jerseys, can also be preserved by framing with matte and glass. In support of her community and charities, Catherine keeps a gallery dedicated to local artists and works to raise funds for organizations such as Doctors Without Borders. She shows off her skills and shares her vast knowledge in her webinar series.