Beautiful Art from #FulcrumGallery – Review and Giveaway

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Disclosure: I received this product as part of an advertorial.

I have always wanted canvas art for our living room, more specifically, I wanted the art to have a giraffe in it.  I have a slight obsession with giraffes that stems from being made fun of in school for being so tall.

When I was given the chance to review a piece of art from  it didn’t take me long to pick out what I wanted. I immediately fell in love with the Ann Brodhead Safari Giraffe. safari-giraffe-canvas-transfer offers a selection of over 200,000 works of art, encompassing nearly every imaginable subject matter, and offers a range of value added services such as custom framing and canvas transfers. They ship to thousands of customers each month, worldwide and are a privately owned company operating in South Brunswick, New Jersey. also maintains a blog, and I was thrilled to see a feature on Giraffes!  You can use their website, their blog, or an number of art history sites to find out more about art

The artwork arrived quickly and was packaged quite well. A huge package was on my doorstep which confused me because this piece of artwork was only 20 x 8.  Inside the large box was another smaller box which contained the art.  The smaller box had cardboard around it so it did not slide around inside the bigger box. 

I decided to hang the canvas above the couch, in between two other pictures we had.


I am very pleased with this piece of artwork! I love that you are able to select from so many different finishing options when ordering!

I chose the following options:

  • Canvas Transfer
  • Museum Wrap (staples on back)
  • Deep Bars
  • Khaki Painted Sides
  • Regular Brushstrokes

You can find out more about the various options on their website.

I love this canvas because I have wanted a piece of art of a giraffe where you could see its surroundings and looked realistic, but wasn’t an actual photograph.   I wanted it to have lots of tans and browns in it to match all of our living room furniture.  This canvas was a perfect match for what I was looking for. I chose the Deep Bars (sides) so you could really see the Khaki color which matches our couch.  I also wanted this piece of art to be thicker than the art around it, just to make it more interesting.

When you are customizing your art, I love that it shows you other related artwork. For instance, it let me know that this giraffe art was part of a series by the same artist, which also contained a lion, tiger and zebra.  It also suggested other giraffe artwork that I might be interested in.

All of Fulcrum Gallery products, including custom framed art, have a 30 day, no questions asked, return policy. If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you may return it to then within 30 days of receipt for a full refund or replacement, less shipping charges.

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40 thoughts on “Beautiful Art from #FulcrumGallery – Review and Giveaway

  1. Linda Szymoniak

    I’d love to enter to win another piece from Fulcrum, but I just won a giveaway on another blog. I did want to comment that I am beyond pleased with my canvas. The quality is amazing, the packaging for shipping really kept my canvas safe during transit, and I’m thrilled at my canvas. Good luck to everyone entering. You won’t regret spending the time you spend entering this giveaway.

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  3. Holly Thomas

    Gustav Klimt Avenue of Trees in the Park at Schloss Kammer, c.1912. I have wanted this for some time!

  4. abedabun dawn

    I might would get the Stephanie Marrott My Mom Rocks! It would be nice to have on my grand daughters bedroom wall.

  5. Linda Meyers-Gabbard

    I would choose the following for my husband.

    Emily Burrowes – Springer Spaniel (R587687-6QDQAHTFFE)

    19.38 x 19.38 inches Framed Fine-Art Print
    Edge Pecan

    Top Mat Cappuccino

    Bottom Mat Art Brown Mocha

    Non-Glare Glass

    The total is a few over the $100 I would pay the difference to get it this way.

  6. tat2gurlzrock

    Iam not sure but I do like the Georgia O’Keeffe Oriental Poppies, 1928
    Framed Art Print
    Cropped To Image
    Black Flat Front Petite Frame
    2.5 Inch Tablet White Top Mat
    Standard Acrylic Plexiglass

  7. Barb Stenby

    Anonymous Two Bears For One Fish
    Canvas Transfer
    Museum Wrap (staples on back)
    Deep Bars
    Winter Gray Painted Sides
    Heavy Brushstrokes

  8. Brian E.

    Thanks for the giveaway…would love a print of Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica”, and the Panoramic Images High angle view of a city, Dublin, Leinster Province, Republic of Ireland, both art prints.

  9. Serena Powell

    I’d love to have the Batman – Joker Cover
    Canvas Transfer
    Museum Wrap (staples on back)
    Regular Bars
    Mars Black Painted Side

  10. Leela

    Cheeky Parrot (R691403-AEAEAGNFM9)
    14.63 x 12.63 inches Framed Fine-Art Print
    Print Cropped to 8 x 6 inches
    Flat Front Petite Natural Wood
    Top Mat Tablet White
    Standard Acrylic Plexiglass


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