Dare to attempt something impossible and prove you’re worthy of any challenge in life.
The Japanese kanji design for the word "Jump" or "Challenge" contains nine strokes that make up three elements. The first element represents the hand, the second symbolizes legs and the third is ice.
The presence of the two elements that represent hands and legs is fitting for a kanji brush painting that is a symbol for the physical interpretation of the concept of "Jump" or "Challenge." The Chinese interpretation suggests that the character refers to an attempt, challenge, dare, defiance, or willingness to try. The Japanese interpretation signifies that the character refers to a challenge, the contention for something, or even the tackling of someone.
The beauty of one or more pieces of original Japanese art by a master calligrapher will infuse your home or office with the warmth and spiritual power that can only come from zen. Your home or office will become the sanctuary of your dreams.
Size: 11.6 x 10.8 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Ebony