Packing canvas art together in the same box requires extra care to prevent one canvas from damaging others in the box. Start by wrapping each panel separately in paper or plastic. Then sandwich a layer (or more if textured) of bubble wrap between each canvas.
Tie the panels together, fronts facing fronts, and backs facing backs with a soft ribbon. The ribbon will prevent the canvases from sliding against each other during your move.
The sawtooth hanger can gouge the front of a neighbor canvas. To prevent this, arrange your panels so two fronts face each other, and two backs face each other. If your triptych is textured, place bubble wrap between the canvas fronts. Tie the canvas sandwich together with soft ribbon so they don’t slide against each other.
How to Store Your Amborela Painting
If you are putting your painting in storage, label your box with an arrow so you can store the box in the upright position. Don’t set the box so that the canvas is laying horizontally. The frame under the canvas in a vertical position prevents gravity from stretching the canvas over long periods of time. This is especially important if your painting has 3d elements that can push against another canvas.
Find a place to store your painting where it won’t be exposed to water. Also avoid areas with prolonged high humidity or excessive heat.