Fire and Ice Art Print

Heather Prall
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$25.00 - $100.00
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Heather Prall is a Colorado based artist who works with fluid acrylic or heavy body paints on either canvas or wood panel. Her work is characterized by contrasting colors or forms, and an intellectual push of her medium to create paintings that seem to flow into one another. While there are similarities between her pieces, the differences represent an intense interest in pushing creative boundaries and exploring new ideas.

Fire and Ice is a truly dynamic piece that will be a cutting edge addition to any domestic or commercial space, whether it be in your living room, or a cafe or bar, it will spruce up the mood of your house guests or patrons.

This giclee print is a reproduction of an original painting by Heather Prall. 

This piece is printed with high quality ink on archival watercolor paper. With proper care and a beautiful frame, this print will last a lifetime. 

Print Details

This print uses Moab Entrada paper, an archival quality watercolor paper. This was chosen by the artist to best capture the effect of the original. These prints do not have a border. Frames are sold separately. Get your prints framed and ready to hang with our premium wood frames.

Final prints may be cropped slightly compared to the product image due to the various size options having different ratios. Color matching is not guaranteed since color displays differently from monitor to monitor.

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Fire and Ice by abstract artist Heather Prall is a sweet and spicy piece exploring the relationships of opposites. An aqua icicle cuts an orange fiery background straight down the middle, creating a harmonious conversation between these two opposing elements.