Rocket Yeah Gallery Canvas Print
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We’ve been launching ourselves into space for decades now, and there’s still an element of risk every time we do it. Although very smart people do their best to minimize it, there is always the prospect of danger, disaster, and the possibility that it might not work.
It’s good to remember that every worthwhile endeavor comes with an element of risk and requires at least some small measure of bravery. It’s normal, and a necessary consideration as we make our plans.
However, I made this painting to also remind us not to focus too much on the danger. I know I can get sucked into spending too much time thinking about the risk, what I might lose, and what people will think of me if I fail (especially if in some spectacular fashion.)
Determining that an endeavor carries some risk shouldn’t automatically keep us from moving forward.
The whimsy incorporated into this piece in the form of a bomb pop blasting off into space is a reminder to focus at least as much on the excitement of what’s possible, and the potential gains to be made in the process of trying. This recalibration can give us the fuel we need to launch off into an adventure in which the outcome is unknown.
Do you have an opportunity in front of you that’s freaking you out a little bit?
Instead of worrying about what might happen if it doesn’t work, get excited by asking yourself the question, “What if it does?!”
This colorful artwork by Jason Kotecki comes in a variety of sizes.
16"x20" and 24"x30" Gallery Canvas. The fade-resistant canvas print is sure to make a statement in any space. It's a durable, satin-finished canvas hand-stretched on locally sourced wood frames. It features archival inks, black edges, and comes ready to hang.
24"x30" Original Painting. Available here.
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