Want that Medieval feel when creating your next work of art? Try one of our Gothic Abbey Floater Panels. This panel comes in 1 size, is 3/4" thick, made from Baltic birch and has a key-hole in the back for hanging.
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Raw - Baltic Birch
|10.5" X 20"||10.5"||20"||3/4"||$52.42||$41.99||
Gothic Abbey Floater Panel
Gothic Abbey panel
Great, but wish I could get one two to two and half size larger
A really cool and unique panel
Just wanted to say thanks. I had ordered my first gothic floater art panel a couple of weeks ago and finally finished my painting on it. I was really happy with how the painting turned out on it and I even had somebody buy it immediately upon posting to social media. I have three more panels in different shapes I plan on working on next - a floater hexagon panel and two other floater gothic panels. I definitely plan on ordering more in the future. If I could make one possible suggestion though? I know you have the nail slot in the back for hanging on a wall, which is cool, but many art galleries need the work to be wired in the back to hang on their display systems. Or in my booth at a festival, I need to hang the works off hooks. The nail slot isn't effective in this case and the painting falls off. I will have to drill into the back and add D-rings and then wire from there - however this won't allow the work to sit flush to the wall. It might be easier if there was a little bit of a cradle edge in the back and then I could put small screw eye hooks into the sides of the cradle edge and then add the wire. And then it could still sit flush to the wall. Hopefully you can understand what I am trying to say. Anyway, either way, you have a happy customer. Thanks again for a good product.
A Little Gold Leaf
Still working on this one, it had a bit more prep than the other paintings. I did gold leaf on the edges and used my daughter as a reference photo.