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New in the gallery, “Balloon Animals” by Ida Woll

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Just when we’d thought there wouldn’t be anything new for a while, Ida surprised us with a new series of paintings! Behold, the “Balloon Animals” series.  These seriously whimsical paintings are cute, yet a little bit off kilter. How did the animals get into these predicaments? And are we invited to the party?

Balloon Animals by Ida Woll

“Thought it would be Fun” acrylic on panel, by Ida Woll, 5″ x 7″ $225 Part of the Balloon Animals series, bear.

One idea springboards another, so once she painted the bear which was the first one, the kitten was a natural next. Kitties curl up when they’re carried by their scruffs – so this kitten is contentedly floating up into the sky…

Balloon Animals by Ida Woll

“The view from Up Here” acrylic on panel by Ida Woll, 5″ x 7″, $225 Part of the Balloon Animals series, kitten.

Next? The elephant. From a tiny kitten to a huge pachyderm… this big gal isn’t going anywhere, but she does enjoy a good party.

Balloon Animals by Ida Woll

“Not Going Anywhere” by Ida Woll. Acrylic on panel, 5″ x 7″, $225.00 Part of the balloon animals series, elephant.

OOOOPS… we think froggy was just hungry and didn’t realize there was helium involved! Hang in there lil’ buddy. That balloon has to deflate sometime.

Balloon Animals by Ida Woll

“Oops, Missed” by Ida Woll. Acrylic on panel 5″ x 7″ $225.00 Part of the Balloon Animals series, frog.

Party anyone? Oh right, an octopus is a party all on its own. Like eight incarnations of Cthulhu (if you don’t know about Call of Cthulhu or H.P. Lovecraft, you’re seriously missing out on some great horror fiction), this Octy is taking over the whole painting. He probably used up all of the helium!

Balloon Animals by Ida Woll

“Party of One” by Ida Woll. acrylic on panel, 5″x7″ $225.00 Part of the Balloon Animals series, Octopus.

Originals and greeting cards of this fun fine art are available at The Frame and I in lovely downtown Prescott, AZ.. Come see them in person, and say hi to Ida!

Want to see more of Ida’s work? Check out her artist page here.

Thanks for looking!

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  1. Love this series Ida! What a great imagination and artist transition. But where do you find the time?

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