Trees by the Sea #1 [daydreaming]

Trees by the Sea #1   [daydreaming]

Technique: watercolour

Original Size: 29×19,5cm

detail 1

detail 2

from Marina Kanavaki series  “Daydreaming” © 2012


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72 Responses to “Trees by the Sea #1 [daydreaming]”
  1. Hi Marina
    Are you going to do a trees by the sea sweatshirt? The whole picture???Would a smallish 13 year old girl wear a small or medium sweatshirt?

  2. The Hook says:

    What a lovely daydream…

  3. Francina says:

    Very beautiful, I can see myself daydreaming in a place like that! Marvelous painting, Marina!
    Have a peaceful day.
    Ciao, Francina

  4. nonoymanga says:

    Very refreshing art it kills the hot weather!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga

  5. Md. Alsanda says:

    Thanks for passing by.

  6. Bumba says:

    Every time I visit to your blog I land upon another beautiful water color. It’s just amazing.

  7. Renard Moreau says:

    [ Smiles ] Wow! Your paintings are fabulous!

  8. Literature and Culture says:

    I have nominated your blog for One Lovely Blog Award. If you want to accept the award check my blog

  9. Beautiful view you must have there Marina! If that’s what you can see from your home then I’m coming round! 😉

  10. viveka says:

    Marina, you are so talent – beautiful paintings and art … wonder why I have never come by here before – you have been supporting me for months. Now I’m here.

  11. narhvalur says:

    Actually that reminds me about of one of my fav places in Stockholm Archipelago!!!!

  12. Good work. Greetings 🙂

  13. Fergiemoto says:

    I’d love to be sitting underneath one of those trees looking at the ocean. I can feel the soft mist from the waves, smell the ocean air, hear the relaxing water, and feel the cool breeze! Ahhhhhh…nice!
    So beautiful, Marina! I also enjoy seeing the magnified detail in your artwork.

    • marina kanavaki says:

      [I hadn’t seen your comment before answering to Isadora! …dreamers, huh?!]
      That is so nice FM, thank you so much!!!!

  14. I can feel the gentle breezes while lying under the shaded trees.

    • marina kanavaki says:

      …a salty light breeze and the sound of the sea gently caressing the soft pebbles… [got a bit carried away!]
      Thank you Isadora!

  15. Jennifer Triplett says:

    Soft. Like a beautiful dream on a perfect day!

  16. Blood-Ink-Diary says:

    A gorgeous reverie – where it all feels real and liberated. Loved it my friend. X

  17. kimsimard says:

    These are just beautiful.

  18. how wonderfully soft and gentile and so many places it can go

  19. Bumba says:

    This one is just wonderful. Just beautiful.

  20. Deb says:

    Lovely, Marina! 🙂

  21. Meanderer says:

    What a perfect combination! Trees AND the sea 🙂

  22. zorgor says:

    I’d love to be there. Very peaceful and soothing! 🙂

  23. Russ L says:

    There is a place just like this by where my mom lives! 🙂 Makes me want to go there.

  24. Cat Forsley says:

    childlike ! Love It M xx
    jumped out at me 🙂 xo really lovely xx

  25. fgassette says:

    WONDERFUL! A very calming and peaceful scenery.


  26. violetski says:

    This is beautiful Marina! What a peaceful and warm feeling by looking at this painting!
    Love it❤

  27. deCamville Design says:

    Marina – I am now day dreaming too. This is beautiful! Three imagined happy stories popped into my mind instantly. What a great way to start the day! Thank you! ~Patricia

    • marina kanavaki says:

      3 stories!!! […smiling, I wonder what the stories are!]] Thank you so much Patricia.
      Happy dreamy week!

  28. mobius faith says:

    “Trees by the Sea” certainly have me daydreaming. Wonderful work Marina.

  29. dilipnaidu says:

    Green trees and the blue sea in peaceful coexistence! Beautiful theme Marina.
    Thank you & cheers 🙂

  30. Lovely! An oasis in which to dream by!

  31. aFrankAngle says:

    I like the fact the “Daydreaming” is in the title because it got me thinking about the where land and seas meet. 🙂

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