character #3

Character #3

Technique: Acrylic on paper

Original size: 9x14cm

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


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51 Responses to “character #3”
  1. JK Bevill - Lost Creek Publishing says:

    Reblogged this on lost creek publishing.

  2. nonoymanga says:

    Very nice it reminds me of an old Japanese art!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga

  3. Blood-Ink-Diary says:

    Completely captured by this painting – a myriad of emotions exudes in “Characters”, you have painted exactly what I have been feeling all day ! Hauntingly beautiful – a catharsis, indeed. Dear Marina, we must try to get your work exhibited in Toronto – you are brilliant, but, you know this ! Hugs my friend.

  4. Francina says:

    very passionate painting, Marina. Your characters do have a haunting feel to it.
    Ciao, Francina 🙂

  5. clinock says:

    I admire your confidence of gestural mark making – here and here and here and it’s done – spontaneous combustion!…

    • I couldn’t stop laughing when I read your comment, as it reminded me of that little voice I hear when drawing: “here here and here”, since childhood! [err should I be concerned?! …joking!]
      Thank you so much John, it’s a huge compliment!

  6. Fergiemoto says:

    My very first impression upon seeing the image: a musician, like a flutist, fiery and passionate about the piece he/she is playing. The warm, joyous feelings of being one with the music permeates the whole body.
    I like the combination of red and black colors together. They are beautiful, bold and powerful.
    Very nice, Marina!

  7. frizztext says:

    powerful! a man swimming in the ocean, waves fighting vs. him?

  8. zorgor says:

    Wow! The variety in your characters is amazing! This one is very different, yet unquestionably part of the series. You make so few brushstrokes say so much. 🙂

  9. Bumba says:

    Le Rouge et Le Noir, avec le bleu. Not so “pretty”, but striking and interesting as always.

  10. Gorgeous, Marina! There’s something so musical about this one!

  11. narhvalur says:

    Much fantasy here! Stunning!

  12. This has a very Urban feel to it. Almost graffitti in it’s raw look.
    The colors do look a little Japanese but , I think, Urban. It looks
    great on the t – shirts. Very artistic ….!!! I like it.

  13. jondunne says:

    Reminds me of Francis Bacon but better haha!

  14. deCamville Design says:

    Beautiful, Marina! I like the blue. And I feel like she has the high of accomplished energy, as if she has just finished playing a musical piece (I don’t know why I think that – maybe from my piano playing days). ~Patricia

  15. Cat Forsley says:

    Marina 🙂 this one is sooooooo different ——-
    to me there is a Japanese feel to this one 🙂
    i don’t know why ? 🙂
    maybe it’s the colours and the movement ?
    i really like it 🙂 xx

  16. Madhu says:

    For some reason I find this disturbing Marina! Beautiful and striking, but not as serene as your earlier ones.

  17. mobius faith says:

    I’m really liking this character. I like the introduction of the blue. And the image takes me on an emotional journey from dismay to empathy.

  18. fgassette says:

    Beautiful. Red and black were my school colors.


  19. Deb says:

    I’ve always loved red and black together, and you have combined them into an interesting abstract. 🙂 xo

  20. dilipnaidu says:

    An interesting clash of colors in which the red dominates while the blue n black assert!

  21. Nandini says:

    Red is intense. Nice work, 🙂

  22. violetski says:

    Beautiful colour composition! ♡Love the powerful red♡

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