Below are instructions for how to package:
Paintings on canvas up to 72”x72” may be taken off its stretchers, rolled, and
shipped in a heavy duty mailing tube between 8” and 12”
diameter, depending on the size of the canvas. Make absolutely certain that your
painting is completely dry before attempting to
What you’ll need:
· Glassine paper or acid-free archival tissue paper
· Heavy duty mailing tube with plastic end caps no smaller than 8” in diameter and up to 12” (depending on the size of your canvas).
· A second tube of smaller diameter for inner support. (You’ll roll your artwork around this tube and insert it inside the larger tube.)
· Packing tape
· Bubble wrap
1 – Sandwich your canvas between two layers of acid free archival paper. Make sure that the canvas is completely covered by the paper.
2 – Roll the paper-covered artwork—paint side outward—around the smaller tube to provide inner support. DO NOT roll too tightly as this can damage the painting!
3 – Next, roll a layer of bubble wrap around the artwork for padding and to seal out moisture. Seal completely with tape.
4 – Place this tube within the outer mailing tube. Fill extra space at the ends with extra bubble wrap, but take care not to crush the edges of your painting. Place the end caps on and seal them shut with packing tape.
5 – Affix the shipping label to the package and put clear tape over the label so it doesn’t get removed during shipment. Clearly mark the tube as “FRAGILE.”
- Himjal (founder of Artzyme)
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