Wings of Fire

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Description

The Suri Tribe in Ethiopia, also referred to as Surma, are known for using the natural elements in their environment to artistically decorate themselves.

Entitled “Wings of Fire”, this captivating photograph captures a young girl framed by wild pampas grass.  The pampas grass creates an abstract resemblance to wings or flames of a fire.  

“Wings of Fire” is guaranteed to be a piece of motivation hanging on your wall.  Just as fire symbolizes transformation and the burning passion within you, the wings signify your power and ability to rise above adversity as you soar towards your dreams. 

OUR MATERIAL OPTIONS

Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta Satin 300

This paper is a natural white inkjet paper made of 100% α-cellulose that has been refined with a special inkjet coating for fine art applications. The subtly textured, smooth base contains no optical brighteners, and has a silky, smooth surface texture with a beautiful feel. The satin-gloss premium inkjet coating is more subtle than its cousin, FineArt Baryta 325, yet still guarantees exceptional print results with intense colors, deep blacks, and outstanding sharpness.

Wall Art Sizes

Our wall art is meticulously curated to elevate your space with style and sophistication.

(40″x 60″) , (30″x 45″)
(24″x 36″) , (16″x 24″)
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