atom sea #13

Atom Sea # 13

Technique: Watercolour

Original size: 13x13cm

from marina’s “Atom Sea” 2011 © marina kanavaki


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  1. Abstract painting in watercolor, I believe it should be compared to music, another great art, which needs only invisible notes and sounds, to evoke strong emotions and feelings pure and true. So even your abstract painting, evoking these emotions and feelings in all of us observers, without having to force things, themes and portray objects that exist in real life.

    In this painting, you have placed signs and colored with absolute freedom. Using the usual means and traditional watercolor artist, is knowing a new language. In fact, elements such as lines, spots of color, find a free space available. They begin to live together with those curved lines straight, sharp ones, and bright tones are replaced with the delicate tones close to the play of light, very plastic.

    All the elements are in suspension, seem to fly in an undefined space. In your mind, develop a sense of harmony, which results in an order that is absolute elements. Their inclusion, not responding to those rules, those traditions that were used to seeing the art experts, perspective and space.
    You reminded me Vasily Kandinsky in his “First abstract watercolor.”

    You are very good.
    Have a happy day

    Ninni Raimondi, journalist
    Bologna, Italy


    • …and you are very kind!
      You have a very special way with words! Thank you!
      [Kandinsky?! Wow!]
      I was really startled when I read your first paragraph! I am also a musician and always felt that music doesn’t need images to make it complete. Notes are notes just as colours are colours. Each one very unique and …if I can say that, very self-adequate!
      I do not handle words well, but what I meant is that this paragraph came as a revelation to me. Thank you for that too!
      Have a happy and fruitful day,


  2. Beautiful! I love the blue and green! It looks like a floating 3 dimensional abstract sculpture — it has depth to it. Really good!


  3. You know, if they could make your artwork into puzzles (like Van Gogh, you being my favorite artist next to him), I think it’s something that would be a hit! Like Pollack’s work and the like. Could even sell on Amazon? Just sayin’ 😀



    • Oh, Pink, even though I’m extremely flattered, it makes me quite uneasy even standing in a sentence[!] next to [also one of my favorites] dear dear Van! I am trying to find ways to apply my work on various objects – materials etc, but still on the search. [I will definitely let you know though]. The only thing I have done so far is a page at Imagekind where they do prints in many sizes, framed or on canvas etc. Thank you very much for your comment.


      • Greetings! Yes, artists are typically quite shy. And some sites I’ve seen offer the option to turn a portrait into a jigsaw puzzle, I can’t remember which ones. But either way, your paintings are amazing and I’m sure you’ll find a way to continuously share your work in the homes of others 😀



  4. REally like this. For me the curves have a very zen feel to them. Really lovin’ the colors here and the contrast of shapes. Well done.


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