Gallery Series

A custom frame designed to match any décor

The Gallery Wall Screen is a custom screen frame with an elegant, sculpted shape that is available in a wide variety of materials, finishes and colours. The screen can be matched to any room’s décor, enabling visual integration into a variety of environments where the appearance of a square-bordered projection screen may be incompatible, such as boardrooms, museums, digital signage presentations, or homes.

With each frame custom built , the Gallery provides designers and architects with a rich palette of materials, textures and colors to choose from, including the ability to use custom, designer-specified colours and textures. Specialised architectural frame finishes include brushed aluminum, satin anodising and powder coating. Each is available in an extremely wide range of color options that include colour chip matching. Frames that will be finished on site can be provided with paint-grade primer finishing. Custom fabrication of the frame is possible, with materials including leather, linen, and even crystals, with additional options limited only by the designer’s creativity.

The Gallery frame can be used with any of Stewart Filmscreen's award-winning flexible screen materials, including both front projection and rear projection types. To create the finishing touch to the visual experience, Stewart's optional black VeLux trim can be used to perfectly frame the video image within the inside edge of the frame.

Facilitating installation, Stewart has created a new wall mounting system for the Gallery Series that includes leveling vials and a simplified corner key design. Both traditional aperture mounts and specialty mounts are available and Stewart’s “Z” bar quick mounting system makes for easy and rapid mounting of the frame.


Popular Screen Choices Gain Half Gain Viewing Angle Possible Room Scenario
FireHawk ® G3 1.25 30° When ambient light is present by circumstance or by choice, but HD performance is still desired.
StudioTek 130 ® G3 1.3 80° Good lighting control, dark walls, wide seating area.

Stewart Filmscreen has created the "4k+" symbol to represent a screen as being “4k (and more) ready”. Stewart screens have been used in in applications dealing in line pair resolution well in advance of 4k.

All current Stewart Filmscreens are capable of handling this resolution. However, not all screens are optimal for applications for which you would consider a 4k projector.

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