"Imagining the impossible" (Original)
Acrylic spray paint + paint markers on canvas
[2 x 4 ft]
Structure and stability is something we crave even if we do not admit it. Often times, we build our lives around the "safest" or the most stable options we can find. We seek our comfort zone and believe we are thriving in it. Then one day, we visit a community festival with our kids and we encounter an artist. Our kid becomes inspired and excited and says, "I wanna be an artist when I grow up." At that moment, we decide whether we will limit the imagination of our kids life with a dose of reality or we encourage the simple thought of one day becoming an artist in their lifetime. When we have the opportunity to encourage taking risks and imagining the impossible, we play an important role in the growth of humanity. It's a simple moment with powerful ramifications.
Acrylic spray paint, acrylic paint markers, archival ink pens on Shizen paper
8 x 10 inches