trees by the sea #2 [daydreaming]

trees by the sea 2©marina kanavaki

detail 1

trees by thesea det1©Marina Kanavaki

detail 2

trees by thesea det2©Marina Kanavaki

detail 3

trees by thesea det3©Marina Kanavaki

 

Trees by the Sea #2 [daydreaming]

Technique: watercolour

Original Size: 29x22cm

from Marina Kanavaki series “Daydreaming” © 2013

 

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  1. The charming soft colours caresses the soul. A beautiful blend of reverie and naught, depicting the inner realm, gorgeous !
    Lots of love to you, doost e man (persian: friend of the heart). 🙂

  2. Glorious Marina. Rich so very dreamy dream-like! Soothing and mesmerizing! I am entranced.I always leave here sighing, just so you know. 🙂

    Also a most special thank you for your joyous and uplifting comments to me. (I’m on a really tight dead line with a publisher to finish a book I was asked to write, so that being said, the pressure is intense) – your comments boost me up in a most positive way and are greatly appreciated by me! with sincere gratitude and love to you for your gift of joy to me. Penny xo (feel free to edit this second half out if you wish, I just wanted to share my appreciation for you soonest!

    • me edit you? ! kidding right?! Thank you my dear friend for your sweet sweet words! Your blog always leaves me with a big smile for which l arm very grateful, Penny!
      l wish you all the best with your book (by the way that’s great news! ! ! !) You make the most of it and, well, have fun !
      Much love and hugs from your friend!!!
      🙂 XXXX

  3. Marina, not sure why I lost you, although I followed you, but you are back and still as beautiful and creative as always. Thanks for popping over well done for your good work.

  4. I have to ask you this, and it might be stupid, but lets take a shot 🙂
    When you start drawing something, do you have something in mind- a theme maybe- or you just start and let the chips fall as they may ?

    Apologies for the dumb question, but that side of my brain is underdeveloped. So… 😦

    • No need for apologies, it’s a perfectly “normal” question!
      I always have an image of what I want to draw in my head. Beginning from a theme and then my composition. However, I don’t do drafts, as such. Drafts, I suppose are all those paintings thrown in the garbage! I hope that kind of answers your question.
      What I couldn’t answer you would be the process through which an inspiration comes. That -to this day- remains a mystery to me!
      🙂

  5. uhii I love the colors – you are amazing Marina – I love all the things you do, but these pictures actually look very Nordic – and besides your work i love my home 🙂

  6. “Daydreaming” is a perfect title! This has a soft, calming, dreamy effect that I really like! I love the color combination you’ve used, and the detail you show in your brush strokes is amazing! You have such wonderful talent!
    🙂

  7. Marina, how beautiful!!! Lovely, lovely shades of moss, greens, aqua, blues… This is so beautiful and peaceful and serene but at the same time full of happy energy! 🙂 ~xoxo!!

  8. I love your work so much, Marina! I think I told you a few weeks ago that you inspired me to work with water colors. I haven’t gotten around to buying the paint yet, but I will. I’m looking forward to it. 🙂 I hope my paintings will look half as good as yours!

  9. Hi Marina, your creativity is encouraging to seek the best in life.Your artistic paintings are an apex of excellence.Jalal

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