Hot air balloons are taking flight in this large one-of-a-kind painting. This piece of art is ideal for those who are daring and enjoy traveling.
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Title: Up, Up, and Away! Size: 30″ w x 24″ h Canvas Type: Gallery Wrap Stretched Canvas Frame: Unframed; Ready to Hang Signed: On the front COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
A large oil painting depicting hot air balloons taking to flight in a beautiful blue sky with wispy clouds hovering in the distance. The balloons have a whimsical, happy feel to them. This artwork is an excellent choice for those who are adventurous and love to travel. It is signed by oil painting artist Teresa Bernard in the bottom right of the canvas.
This oversized artwork measuring 30×24-inches is hand-painted on gallery-wrapped stretched canvas. It won’t need to be framed before displaying because the composition stretches around the edges of the canvas giving it a fashionable look. Whether you choose to frame it or not, Up, Up, and Away! is sure to make an excellent conservation starter wherever it’s put on display.
©️ teresabernardart.com is a copyright watermark, it is not part of the physical canvas art.
Every summer the city of Longview, Texas hosts the Great Texas Balloon Race. Dubbed “The longest-running hot-air balloon event in Texas,” this three-day festival brings professional hot air balloon pilots from all over the world to compete in the event.
According to its website, the event began in 1978 as an advertising gimmick to promote the opening of Longview’s new mall. From there, it “ballooned” into the three-day festival spectators enjoy today.
Our family attended this event one year and I got to get up close and watch these balloons as they inflated and took to flight. What a spectacular sight it was! Up, Up and Away painting was inspired by this festival’s celebration of hot air balloons.
Find out more about this festival at: http://www.greattexasballoonrace.com/
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“Very fun subject. While looking at this painting, i was thinking of the awe that little children of 4 or 5 years must experience. Since little children enjoy the handheld colorful balloons a lot, i would like to see their expressions with a sky full of these very colorful giants.” — @JosephChristian33, Gab
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