EYEWHEEL ARTWORKS COMPANY

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A Customer had a request for her table that measured 66 inches long, 42" wide and 30 inches high. The customer wanted the maximum height of about 1 1/4" added to the height of the table with our design.

So.......we designed the first canvas acrylic oil painting with a majority color of red, that was 62 inches long, 37 1/2 inches wide and 5/8 inches high that totaled 1 1/2 inches in height, including the 1/2 thick plate glass. there was a clearance of 3/8 of an inch between the canvas top and the bottom of the plate glass. There is a clearence of 1/4 inch on each side of the canvas painting to the hardwood side parts.

Surrounding the canvas painting are 4 parts of hardwood that measured 1 inch high by 2 inches wide. two of the hardwood parts had the length of 66 inches long, and the other two hardwood parts had the length of 38 inches.  The glass plate was 66 inches by 42 inches by 1/2 inch thick. 

And, it was the customer's idea to purchase 3 more canvas paintings of the same size and different colors, to hang on the walls, and to every so often replace the table top canvas painting with a different colored canvas painting, as you can slide the canvas painting, in and out from under the glass plate.










Examples of the three (3) top table views. The hardwood parts should be matched to the color of the table.

TABLE TOP

TABLE TOP WITH 
SIDE STANDS

COMPLETE 
ASSEMBLY

There is a requirement for the sides of the table designs to have round "stands", to see the sides of the canvas painting.

It will add 2 inches to the height of the table, so please take that under consideration before your final decision on height.

THE EYEWHEEL ARTWORKS COMPANY ALSO CREATES AND SUPPLIES THE ABSTRACT CANVAS 
PAINTING ARTWORK FOR DINING TABLES.

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Whether it is an "old" Dining Table or Kitchen Island Countertop, you just need a smooth surface and correct measurements to begin. Also needed of course is the color of the surface.

From there, select your "Painting" and size of the Glass Plate Top. The "stands" that hold in position the Glass Plate Top, should be colorized correctly.

From there, it is just a matter of positioning each "part". The most crucial part being the labor required for the placement of the Glass Plate Top.

It is a simple process once your have all the measurements and correct suppliers. And it will come down to the "PAINTING", that is the major point for making that final decision.