as above so below #13

as above so below #13©marina kanavaki

detail 1

asabovesobelow13 det1©Marina Kanavaki

detail 2

asabovesobelow13 det2©Marina Kanavaki

detail 3

asabovesobelow13 det3©Marina Kanavaki

As Above So Below #13

Technique: Watercolor

Original size: 29x20cm

As Above So Below #13 from Marina Kanavaki watercolor series “As Above So Below” © 2013


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50 Responses to “as above so below #13”
  1. brucethomasw says:

    I saw a happy man with a prominent eybrow, snoozing with the sky above. Just what I needed at that moment – (hapiness that is). Your art work is beautiful . . . and thanks Marina, for visiting my blog and liking the “towering monuments” post. Peace

    • 😆 Thank you so much, Bruce [from wonderful Vancouver!]. I’m so glad you like it …and my happy snoozing man! You are very welcome. I’ll be visiting often your beautiful blog! 🙂

  2. Jo Dunn says:

    Great painting!

  3. sriramjanak says:


  4. george-b says:

    You are a spring of beautiful artistic ideas Marina: I wish I would be able to hold a brush but it is a bliss to admire your art!

    Thank yo so much!



  5. Fergiemoto says:

    Oh, how very beautiful and clever, Marina! It’s a reverse color reflection – the yellow flowers and blue sky on top, versus the blue flowers and yellow sky on the bottom.
    I like how you show the detail in your colors and brush strokes. 🙂

  6. A kaleidoscope of colors, atmospheres that are designed to captivate and excite.
    Shades of light and beauty of nature and then there’s the water that caresses the paper and there is a color fixing the figure.
    They are images that have the freshness of spontaneity, but at the time, have nothing to chance, as the result of a careful control, a disciplined exercise.
    Nell’acquerello germ is the presence of nature: water communicates his “life”, his movement, his unpredictable imagination.
    There are other ways of painting that have as a vital medium such as water and when they get the results you feel flown into the realm of contemplation and ecstasy.
    Watercolor painting makes our lives more meaningful, a pictorial journey is not always easy, never disarm, sooner or later the results will come and it is pure joy.

    I see in this work of yours, the shades of the sun and dell’acua in distant reflections of trees are reflected in the rain on the ground.
    the details of the curves, small loops of emotions that affect what we observe.

    In “ detail 1 “, we are witnessing the sun shines, squarciandole, clouds. As the triumph of light and the release of their feelings;
    in “ detail 2 ,” behold, a sunset and the fading away of a sail beyond the horizon of rain;
    in “ detail 3 “, the sun and the sky triumph, surrounded by hugs as old thoughts that are lost in infinity.

    You are just, my favorite artist.
    A hug and cordialità.

    Fm Damascus (SY)

    • Overwhelmed, overjoyed and deeply touched by these words of yours. I honestly find it very hard to believe that an artist could ever expect any greater reward than this!
      I thank you, from my heart, dear Ninni.
      Do take care please where you are…

  7. aFrankAngle says:

    Love the closeups to see the details!

  8. Cat Forsley says:

    Blue and yellow cloud trees – 🙂 so Yummy 🙂 You inspire me so much xoxoxoxo

  9. A perfect pallete of Spring to come. I just love the blue below with the yellow; it looks very happy.
    Lovely, Marina, as always. I am longing for Spring flowers each time I view your pretty delicate buds blooming.
    Happy ST. Patrick’s Day …

  10. I love it Marina. The colors are so Spring like.

  11. Love these colours, these are beautiful! 🙂

  12. frizztext says:

    too sexy for my shirt …

  13. Deb says:

    I love these colors…..great for Spring. I got to go by your shop to see if it’s on products yet. If it is…it will sure to look great!
    Have a nice day and weekend, Marina! 🙂

  14. sonsothunder says:

    Beautifully vibrant, and so strikingly poised.

  15. clinock says:

    Simplicity of colour and stroke of brush – so many connections….

  16. dilipnaidu says:

    The blue reflection looks ever so cool. Another beautiful one. Thanks Marina

  17. violetski says:

    Beautiful as always Marina! ❤Colors are so fresh and I love the different reflection❤

  18. nannus says:

    I like the details, especially number 2. The most interesting pictures have interesting structures on different scales. If you would zoom in even more, you would discover very interesting structures again. Very nice!

  19. Doris says:

    so beautiful the colors are simply coming through

  20. Russ L says:

    Marina! Peeps! (It’s an American thing) 🙂 Bold!

  21. viveka says:

    The Swedish colors …. this is truly spring for me – but on the other hand I like everything you put in front of me. Like that you have the reflections of the trees in a different color. Beautiful .. have a great weekend now.

  22. deCamville Design says:

    Marina, I love this fresh spin on your theme! How fabulous!!! You are really wonderful with colors! 🙂 ~xoxoxoxo!!!

  23. mobius faith says:

    I love this. So warm and spring-like. THe details are so fascinating. THanks for sharing.

  24. jalal michael sabbagh. says:

    Hi Marina ,superb combination of colors and shades .Hearts, flowers and wind. Regards.jalal

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