A new balloon art project by artist Sarah Dallin has captured the attention of the public.
Dallin, who is also a student at the University of Michigan, created a set of eight white balloons on a canvas for a Frozen Day event at the Michigan State Fairgrounds on Dec. 19, 2017.
The artist said she decided to go with the theme of “frozen” balloons because of the “frosting” on the balloons, which is a reference to the icy and snowy weather that has swept through the Midwest.
Dellas said she wanted to bring back the “hope and promise” of Frozen Day, a celebration of family, art and the holiday season.
Dallins art has been featured on websites and Facebook pages, including the Disney Parks Blog.DALLIN said she began by creating the eight balloons with a piece of paper.
The balloons were then hung on the ceiling of the Balloon Stand and covered with a white, fluffy frosting that was added to the bottom.
DALLIN also painted each balloon with a different colored balloon to create a different kind of balloon.
Dillas said the balloons were a perfect representation of what Frozen Day is all about.
“This year, we decided to celebrate the holiday of the red balloons and we wanted to do that in a fun and festive way,” Dallinos art said.
“We wanted to create an opportunity to share the joy and celebration that Frozen Day has to offer with people from all walks of life.”DALLINS art project inspired a lot of conversation and comments from people on social media.
One person commented, “this is so much better than I expected.
I thought the balloons would look like little balls of frosting.
But I can’t wait to see the results.”
Dallins’ art inspired an outpouring of support and praise from friends and strangers alike, including from other Disney fans who are not familiar with the artist.
The artist said that she was inspired by the success of Frozen, a Disney animated film that won a Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature at the 2016 Golden Globes, but was criticized for its message.DILLAS ARTWORKSThe artist added that she wanted her project to reflect on the “fluff” and “futility” of the balloons.
Dllas said her artwork was meant to be a fun way to celebrate an event that is often neglected by the general public.
“It’s important that we celebrate a day that has nothing to do with celebrating,” she said.
“I hope that the message and message is not one that anyone feels is negative or negative about our country or its history,” Dilladas art said, adding that her goal was to create art that would allow people to celebrate with their loved ones and not have them feel alone.
“A lot of people have been so fearful of going to Disney World, but I think there are a lot more people out there who enjoy these events and I think that’s part of the message.”