A trip to Kanvas means tons of fun and loads of novelty prints to make you smile. Our prints can be used for home decorating, making fun and fashionable accessories, and great gifts for the entire family – including pets! Brilliant color and trendy designs are a Kanvas trademark. Remember… there’s no place like Kanvas!
Greta Lynn Davis-Goldstein, Head Stylist and Director of Kanvas Studio
A top performing Stylist and Design Director with over twenty years of experience in the field. She is highly skilled in creating and merchandising lines for retail quilt stores, chain stores, and medical uniform customers. Creative, innovative, and an extremely diverse designer, she is styling ahead of the trends. Solution and results oriented and working with licensees and meeting deadlines for multifaceted projects. Greta has contributed in the design of award winning booths at the International Quilt Market for Kanvas Studio.
Probably realistic, rich colored and beautifully executed Quilt lines. Mostly inspired by nature or natural elements such as; Floral’s, trees, leaves, pumpkins skies and even the ocean. Some are embellished with Gold or Silver metallic making them really opulent and unique.
Novelty prints are prints that are one of a kind prints that people can relate to in everyday life. Whether you are a cat lover, sports fan, beer drinker or food junkie there is something for everyone in our novelty print lines. These are my favorite groups to design and we have a lot of fun choosing the names for each individual print.
My inspiration comes from many sources such as Fashion trends, movies, fine art, photography or even the latest Broadway shows! Tapping into the pulse of what is happening around me and jumping on it is what I most enjoy.
I chose the name Kanvas because it goes back to my roots as an artist and a painter. My background is the Fine Arts and textile design is the vehicle I use to express my art. The “K” in Kanvas vs. using a “C” is a takeoff of my last name which makes it more personal to me. When I started this new division I saw it as a blank Canvas, an opportunity to create new fresh print designs on fabric.