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character #11

“Character #11” 1999 © marina kanavaki

Technique: Gouache on paper

Original size: 13x23cm

from M.K. solo exhibition in 1999 at Epohes Gallery: “CHARACTERS”

 

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13 Responses to “character #11”
  1. So simple and beautiful. Love your style Marina.

  2. Blood-Ink-Diary says:

    Gorgeous painting. It flows like a river — the lines in between leaving one wondering with unknown. Wonderful Marina — keep painting. Cheers.

  3. mya says:

    Your paintings are lovely !

  4. nelkz76 says:

    I really like this one of the series, its playful and fun. The composition works well too. I would definitely put this up in my living room, that red would go so well with my sofa 🙂

    How do you go about starting a piece like this, is it from something you have seen during your day, an image or a photo….? do you take photos of things to keep as memories for later use..?

    • thanx so much Neil!
      Well, this was part of my first solo painting exhibition titled ‘”Characters”, and what all these paintings are: faces and different characters. All of them exist in my mind so I suppose my hand just follows! I’m afraid that the real cause is a mystery even to the artist himself!

  5. Katerina says:

    Marina, Always a surprise, just what I need

  6. I like this. The depth of the colors and the lines, just keep my eye looking intently at it.

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