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as above so below #5

As Above So Below #5

Technique: watercolour

Original Size: 13x13cm

detail 1

detail 2

from Marina Kanavaki series “As Above So Below” © 2012

 

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53 Responses to “as above so below #5”
  1. Blood-Ink-Diary says:

    You, dear Marina, are an epitome of inspiration! totally love this composition – it’s a ballad. X

  2. deCamville Design says:

    Beautiful, Marina. This is so peaceful. I love how you use color temperature, warm and cool.

  3. Nice work Marina. Love the series. I am working on setting up a painting studio. So your work is inspiring.

  4. Fergiemoto says:

    Lovely, and so soft and pleasing to the eyes! Sometimes who we really are on the inside (or who we want to be) is not who we are on the outside.
    I like how you magnify parts of your artwork showing us the detail in your talented brush strokes. It amazes me!

    • You are TOO kind FM! Thank you so much! I think it’s just a matter of realizing that we’re consisted of a multitude of things some of which we’ll never discover so maybe we should stop trying to find tags to describe us… Just a thought.

  5. Always enjoy seeing nature take centre stage in your work, Marina!

  6. narhvalur says:

    Lovely as usual, I like that your paintings are inspired by Nature!

  7. bonesdiary says:

    It looks to me like the water has transformed them from deciduous trees to coniferous trees. This opens up a whole world of wierdness to consider: does this represent transformation, that the water gives or prolongs life? I mean if they have been transformed by the water to coniferous trees then they won’t lose their leaves in autumn.
    I’m just making noise now aren’t I? I think I’ll stick to widdling on trees rather than thinking too deeply about them.
    Love the painting : )

  8. Madhu says:

    Lovely reflections! Love the subtle difference in shades.

  9. zorgor says:

    Interesting. Is this how the trees think of themselves, as opposed to how they really are? 🙂

  10. munchow says:

    I really like the subtle feeling of theses watercolours. And the restricted use of colours, too. Beautiful. My favourite is the first one, maybe a little less abstract than the others, but I feel the composition is very balanced and serene.

  11. sandy says:

    Beautiful! I have no idea why, but this makes me think of very late summer, or early fall.

  12. Bumba says:

    Another wonderful one. Always a pleasure. You wouldn’t think the detail close-ups would be so good, but they are too. A fractal analysis might apply: beauty and harmony of color and pattern repeating at a certain exponential rate….Anyway it’s a great watercolor.

  13. dilipnaidu says:

    Oh so sedate and dignified – its lovely! Thanks Marina.

  14. Deb says:

    Love the trees and the reflection,you did that beautifully. It’s looks great on your products too, Marina! 🙂

  15. petrel41 says:

    Thanks!

    The trees still have leaves, it is still summer 🙂

  16. Cat Forsley says:

    On a tank top ………
    http://www.cafepress.co.uk/marinasartshop.671151062
    wonderful …………!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    really beautifulllllllllllllllxxx

  17. Lindy Lee says:

    You are a gifted watercolor artist…

  18. Love the contrast of the periwinkle color in the sky and the
    turquoise down below. Very nice …!!!!

  19. I love reflections–this is beautiful!

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