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atom sea #20

atom sea #20©Marina Kanavaki

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atom sea20 det1©Marina Kanavaki

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atom sea20 det2©Marina Kanavaki

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atom sea20 det3©Marina Kanavaki

Atom Sea #20

Technique: watercolour

Original size: 18x18cm

from Marina Kanavaki watercolor series “Atom Sea” © 2013

4598619_7335707-frm715wt02_lz    atom sea20 framed imagekind

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[museum quality printing and framing]

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63 Responses to “atom sea #20”
  1. adinparadise says:

    Beautiful colours, Marina.

  2. frizztext says:

    hi Marina,
    though you are painting with water: the result is always fiery!

  3. bbylois says:

    I like the concept and the colors moving in each other . I prefer not to frame them . A lot of attention is made on the frame. The edges of your work are determined by the frame wile they are so nice to observed. But that is only me . I like this work .Remains me of Greece 🙂

    • I know what you mean, Bart. That’s why I always prefer – for my exhibitions also- to use very neutral frames and -if possible- place a much larger mat round my paintings. Thank you very much for your kind comment. Glad you like my Greek sunrise! 🙂

  4. Fergiemoto says:

    It’s BEAUTIFUL, Marina! I love it. It must take quite a skill to be able to feather and blend the colors as artfully as you do!
    I see a peaceful island suspended over the ocean, with a tree on the right side and a couple of small houses to the left of it. Hmmm…that looks like it could be a volcano in the background with smoke/steam rising from the top of it. I hope the little island is safe!
    Hope you are having a good weekend! Hugs! 🙂

  5. The Hook says:

    Your work is so peaceful and serene, Marina.
    Thank you for bringing a wave of calm to my life every time I visit.

  6. Lovely – gives one a sense of peace and tranquillity.

    David.

  7. Arindam says:

    Beautiful work.

  8. Oh my , this is so pretty. I feel like I can take a smal little boat and travel among the hidden areas beyond the blue sea. A magical looking painting.

  9. viveka says:

    Marina, love it … Swedish colors … how intense and still gentle. You’re so talent. Everything you do is interesting and so beautiful.

  10. Pink Ninjabi says:

    First one definitely my fave!

  11. Cynthia says:

    Beautiful shades. Very calming. 😉

  12. Reinhardt says:

    Lovely in its simplicity. I love the colours you used here, great art!

  13. Madhu says:

    Love the solitary tree! And is that sunlight spilling onto the water? Gorgeous Marina.

  14. Meanderer says:

    That’s great! It actually reminds me of a yacht with its reflection in the sea. Pretty colours!

  15. clinock says:

    Speechless you always leave me – beyond words your art…

  16. An island in the sky. Wonderful.

  17. I love the colors chosen for this one. It looks great.

  18. aFrankAngle says:

    A seemingly simple piece that isn’t because the details aren’t noticed until close examination. Cheers Marina!

  19. jalal michael sabbagh.http://gravatar.com/jmsabbagh86@gmail.com says:

    Hi Marina , remarkable coordinated colors. Regards.jalal

  20. Deb says:

    Love the tree and the greens and yellows you chose. Soft and subtle. 🙂
    Have a great afternoon, my friend!
    xxx

  21. deCamville Design says:

    Marina – I just LOVE, love love !!! this sun dancing on the sea! These colors are fabulous, and I love your water! 🙂 ~xoxoxoxo!

  22. CLANIMA says:

    Wonderful!!!!!
    You are the Artist of the Love!
    Hi Marina 🙂
    Claude

  23. Great!
    You use very well the colors, Marina!!!
    Pedro.

  24. fgassette says:

    BEAUTIFUL!

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  25. mobius faith says:

    Beautiful like the sunrise.

  26. Stephen Hughes says:

    What a gorgeous water colour showing the hue’s of the sea, and I love the details shots (and texture)!

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