As Above So Below #7
Original Size: 13x13cm
from Marina Kanavaki series “As Above So Below” © 2012
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Thanks for all your likes on my blog, Marina. I admire your entreprenurial spirit. You works on wax are lovely.
Thank you very much, Sarah. Your work is wonderful and I enjoy browsing through your pages!
Have a beautiful day!
Gorgeous tones in this, Marina.
Ah, thank you Karen, I’m very happy you like it!
This tree is just wonderful, Marina, and looks fantastic on the products.
How do you get the images to fill out the products as you do? I’ve uploaded them full resolution and still they don’t want to fit right.
Thank you, Deb!!! 🙂
You have to log in to cafe press and upload the images there [in your image gallery] using the exact dimensions given for each product, and they’ll do the rest.
Thanks Marina. 🙂
beautiful, simply beautiful, Marina. I was also looking at your gallery with autumn flower paintings and they just make me sigh. .. so lovely each of them! I wish I had known you when I was in Athens a couple of years ago, could have seen your painting in real then.
Groetjes uit Delft
…and I’d like to have met you in person!
Maybe you’ll come back again…[!]
Thank you so much, Francina. I’m so glad you like my work.
Have a beautiful day.
Groetjes uit Athens. [is that right?!]
Yes , that is right! We name Athens — Athene in our language.
goedenavond (καλησπέρα) lieve vriend.
Today I went to the Picasso exhibition in Toronto – there was a painting he had done during his African compositions, well, this post reminds me of a similar piece I saw today — my dear, you should never cease painting, yours is for keeps! I love the depth in all – especially detail 2 – there is sublime nostalgia mingled with renewal of certainty — Ω! Αυτό είναι καλό!
What a painter, huh?!
You are so so so kind Mashaal Ana’hita! Thank you very much for your warm encouragement! Have a wonderful day!
I like that the clous and tree are in symbios, look alikes!
BTW, I have computer problems can’t see no new blog posts!:(((
Thank you Ann!!!
Hope the computer problem will be solved soon.
Have a beautiful day!
I love trees…..it’s widdling time!!!!! hehehehe
Well, the early birds have said everything I wanted to say – the detail #2 is a painting in its own right – I will sleep well tonight with these colours dancing through my dreams…
goodness I’m blushing! Thank you John. I do hope you have wonderful dreams!
Really like the colors in this–the purple underground just makes this art! I think it’s because I like green and purple together, and even thought it isn’t a lot of purple in the ground, it’s enough to make the green stand out! Lovely!
I love that combination too! [I remember your beautiful purple flower!] Thank you so much Arnel!
Madame Marina you are the true master of water colour art!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga
Thank you Nonoy Manga for the compliment! I’m very very flattered!
Beautiful Marina…down to the minute details 🙂
Many thanks, Madhu!!!
Very elegant, very wonderful.
…very grateful! Thank you Seb!
Beautifully colorful blooms below the ground waiting to sprout and create a vividly hued adult tree.
I am in love with the way they print on your items. Delicate and, yet, so strong of character.
Lovely, Marina. A joy to view.
Ah, Isadora thank you so much! I’m very happy you like it! The joy is all mine for your lovely comment!
This piece gives a feeling of confident calmness and tranquility for me. I like the blending and flowing of the purple and blues. Trees have many different personalities and you reveal those personalities beautifully through your paintbrushes. Lovely as always, Marina!
“confident calmness and tranquility”… such a wonderful thing to say FM. Thank you so much!!!
So beautiful, Marina. So soft and comforting. I could frame the detail of the roots as its own painting! ~Patricia
That’s so nice! Thank you Patricia! I also like that part!
I think it would make a beautiful silk scarf too.
Ah, I’ve been looking for places I could print on scarves… no luck so far [or too expensive!]
Does Spoonflower do it?
I’ve checked them and they do print on various textiles but it’s a bit expensive for me …one day I hope to have enough money to create my own merchandise [from scratch].
I would love to create my own too. I looked into a silk scarf painting class but haven’t found one yet. Good luck to us! 🙂
we will, I know! good luck to us indeed!
Just HAPPY XX BEAUTY XO
I like your great tributes to the trees!
I’m very happy to hear that, Frizz! Thank you!
Has a dignity of its own. I find it elegant. Thanks Marina.
Thank you very much, Dilip!
I really like this one Marina. The color range is really nice. Like a foggy early morning before he sun comes up. This image more than others in this series makes me think of reflections in the water. It takes me to mysterious places. I’m so grateful for your talent and skill.
…and I am very grateful for your beautiful comment, Terry [and flattered]! Thank you!
I love this design and how you used it in a number of items.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thank you dear Francine, that’s so nice to hear!