In This Kitchen We Dance Print
As kids, we danced all the time. We danced when we were excited. We danced when we were happy. We even danced when we were bored.
Why did we ever stop?
Maybe we started worrying about looking foolish.
Maybe we’ve discovered that the world isn’t as carefree as thought it was.
Maybe we are afraid of pulling something.
The kitchen often serves as the primary gathering place in our homes that connect us with each other. From time to time, our kitchen hosts spontaneous dance parties. If a favorite song comes on, we crank the volume, and our family of five casts our cares to the wind and shakes our booties to the music. Mind you, these dance parties are mostly devoid of any talent (although my son has some sweet moves), but they are always bursting with joy and enthusiasm.
You see, kitchen dancing doesn’t require sweet moves.
It does require you to move, however. Even a little booty shake can make your body feel better.
It also requires the willingness to look a little silly, which is one of the most intimate ways to bind with another person.
And it requires the ability to take oneself lightly, which helps lighten the heavy loads that weigh us down.
That’s why, in our kitchen, we dance.
This colorful artwork by Jason Kotecki comes in a variety of sizes.
11"x14" Matted Print. Each museum quality print is made on thick, archival, acid-free matte paper. Finished with a white mat, it will easily fit into any standard 16"x20" frame. Printed in America.
11"x14" Framed Print. You can also let us take care of the framing for you! Choose a luxurious white or black natural wood frame that features a smooth finish over a stately and curvaceous crown profile. It includes a glass-like 1/16” thick clear acrylic glazing, which is shatter resistant and half the weight of glass, but gives the same clarity as glass and protects the artwork from fading.
16"x20" and 24"x30" Canvas Prints. The fade-resistant canvas print is sure to make a statement in any space. It's a 20.5 mil-thick poly-cotton blend canvas hand-stretched on solid wood stretcher bars with a matte finish coating. Made in the USA.
20"x20" Original Painting. Available here.