This original painting is currently for sale. At the present time, originals are not offered for sale through the Fine Art America secure checkout system. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about purchasing this original.
A sailboat cuts through the water on the perfect day, with just the right amount of sun and breeze.
Just Breezin’, the artwork, invites the viewer to step onto this sailboat and join the crew for the afternoon. If you know nothing about sailing, that’s no problem, because there is something for everyone to do, and in all joining together, everyone enjoys the day and the journey.
It’s not a huge ship, so the crew will be small, and every helping hand will be a welcome one.
Life is a bit like that, you know – when we all work together to make something work, we generally find some form of success in our endeavor. “Many hands make a heavy task lighter,” wisdom from the past tells us, and what was true back then is true now.
The problem with us in contemporary, “modern” society, however, is that we are so easily isolated from one another, each one tossed to a different cubicle desk and kept so busy at some mindless, purposeless task, that we have little time or energy to think about doing something greater, something better, something more worthy of being part of our life journey on this earth.
Just Breezin’, with its sense of happiness and joy – set on the perfect sunny day on perfect seas – reminds us that life is not lived in a cubicle, nor is its sole purpose to drive profits into the pockets of people who do not know our name, nor care about our existence beyond what we can add to their bank account.
Because the crew in Just Breezin’ is small, and because what each person does truly matters, Just Breezin’ encourages us to value the contributions that we make, and to go out of our way to help a small group – our family, our friends – in doing good things and reaching for grand dreams.
Featured in 18 Fine Art America groups.
March 29th, 2017
Viewed 3,129 Times - Last Visitor from Cupertino, CA on 10/16/2019 at 11:56 AM