Technique: Ink on paper
Original size: 21x29cm
from M.K. solo exhibition in 1999 at Epohes Gallery: “CHARACTERS”
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i like this art work good luck marina
Thank you, Chouaib! Good luck to you too. Great artwork!
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I’m struggling with this one – is it the Road Runner? BEEPBEEP
Well, if it were, Coyote should come around soon for some justice after all those years!
Interesting – now I see the face. I saw it as a totally abstract piece. It worked that way too.
I had an exhibit of characters too. They were abstract taken from chinese characters. I’ll be posting some of them soon. How big were yours? what size and kind of paper? Did you use sumi ink? Did you have any lessons in writing the characters or did you just make it up like I did.? We both should put the size, media and date on our work. right now I’m posting older work mostly because I’m trying to post every day and I have the photographs,
Thank you Carla. I can’t wait to see your work on characters. By “characters” here, I’m referring to human characters/faces. I know it’s confusing and I should have used “faces” or another word instead, but characters in greek also mean personalities and that was what I wanted to show. You are right about mediums… Well, this was relatively small: 21x29cm, with sumi-ink, but paper …you caught me there! I paint in any surface I find at hand! [I think date is there: 1999] By the way, I love your artists’ books!
a character like NIETZSCHE? or a Russian thinker?
…what can I say?! Greetings Frizz and thanks!
What a stunning composition! A sense of nostalgia and hope mingled well. Cheers.
Thank you Shaheen. What a nice comment!
Very nice portrait Marina. The lines are beautiful….
Thank you, Walter. I’m glad you like it!
I like this. I can see an expression here and it feels thoughtful, and maybe a bit sad? Nicely done, Marina. 🙂
Thank you, Katie. Thoughtful and maybe a touch melancholic!