Edmonton Company Turns Digital Photos Into Canvas Artworks
Edmonton, Alberta (PRnine - September 3, 2008) -- Canada-based Canvas Crib understands personalized works of art made with care and attention can provide a timeless touch to any home. The company has had great success selling personalized photo canvases in Canada, and is looking to expand its business to the American market with the launch of its online store.
The mom and pop business was founded by Kendra Coules, who realized her creative talents shortly after becoming a mother in the summer of 2007. Together, with her husband Jeremy, the couple began creating personalized photo canvases from their home. The couple now has clients worldwide, and their product has proved exceptionally popular among women between the ages of 25 and 55. The concept is especially popular amongst those who are looking for the perfect gift.
Unlike other personalized photo services that quickly apply filters, Kendra gives each photo careful attention, as she manually applies color corrections and other customizations digitally. Clients may choose from a variety of finishes, including black and white, sepia and oil paint. The resulting image is printed onto a high quality canvas and sprayed with a special UV coating to ensure the photo will last over 150 years. It is then mounted a thick wooden frame using the gallery wrap style for a modern look.
Kendra and Jeremy Coules currently live in Edmonton with their daughter, Madden. Photography is Kendra's life long passion, and she hopes to share her enthusiasm for the craft with others through her canvases. More information on Kendra and Canvas Crib's products can be found at http://www.canvascrib.com.