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the fortune tree [part 3]

Fortune Tree 3/5

detail 1

fortune tree#3 det1 ©Marina Kanavaki

detail 2

fortune tree#3 det2 ©Marina Kanavaki

detail 3

fortune tree#3 det3 ©Marina Kanavaki

Technique: Watercolour

Original size: 20x29cm

Part of 5 paintings / stages of “marina’s fortune tree“2011 © marina kanavaki

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[museum quality printing and framing]

fortune tree all5©marina kanavaki

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50 Responses to “the fortune tree [part 3]”
  1. Fergiemoto says:

    Year after year, the trees transform and renew themselves – similar to humans continually transforming ourselves based on our circumstances. Lovely series, Marina!
    🙂

  2. frizztext says:

    hi Marina,
    YOU (and Andy Warhol) inspired me to create 4 TREE T-Shirts:
    http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/09/12/the-tree-metaphor/

  3. clinock says:

    Beauty follows beauty…

  4. Madhu says:

    Beautiful! Reminds me of my mango tree 🙂

  5. the shadowy exacting of design have historical feelings and a “remember me” caption.

  6. Absolutely beautiful creations!!

  7. I love the ribbon of grasses at the foot of the tree, lovely.

  8. I really love this series.

  9. doronart says:

    Marina it is amazing collection and the more I see the more I enjoy your talented artist ability. It is joy to see your work.

  10. soumyav says:

    Gorgeous painting Marina..the intricacies are wonderfully colored and shaded,i love your work.

  11. Your painting bring a blend of nature and humanity together.

    Excellent! work my friend.

  12. Meanderer says:

    I love this series. I really like the curvy trunk and the ribbon-like branches here.

  13. Francina says:

    lovely tree, Marina.. I also love the 5 little ones, the process of the leaves..
    have a wonderful week my friend…..:-) xxxxxxxxxx

    • It’s weird how different they look in a small size huh? If you look closely the 3rd one of the little trees, is the one on top of the page (fortune tree #3)!!
      Thank you, so much for your kind support, Frzncina!!!!
      Have a great week! xxxx

  14. Jamie Dedes says:

    Lovely. Restful. Have so enjoyed this particular series, though I do love all your work , Marina.

  15. Deb says:

    Beautiful tree, Marina! 🙂
    Have a great week!
    xxx

  16. Love the close up of leaves and bark the paper texture bringing your tree to more life…
    I hope you enjoyed your Monday and start to the week
    Sue xox

  17. Russ L says:

    Hi Marina,

    I really like the sense of movement swirling around the crown of this tree. Like birds flocking about or fish swarming. In fact, I believe that is a green fish a little to the right of 12 o’clock at the top. 🙂

  18. deCamville Design says:

    Marina, I especially love your leaves!! Such wonderful energetic brush strokes; I can feel the breeze! Beautiful, my dear friend! Have a wonderful week, full of good fortune! ~xo

    • What a beautiful comment my dear friend!! As I was doing them I had a feeling of abundance and good fortune …and leaves kept coming!! 🙂
      Thank you so much, Patricia and may your week be happy and full of good fortune as well!
      🙂 xxxxx

  19. aFrankAngle says:

    This may seem a bit odd, but the roots standout to me on this one. Who knows why, perhaps because they are so different from the others in the series.

  20. Nuno says:

    Marina, I love the series! It looks terrific!

  21. Blood-Ink-Diary says:

    Stunning, indeed! A dancing tree of life – it’s resilient growth to endure restores the meaning of gentle hope, strength against all odds. The Fortune Tree depicts a very brave human in you. And, well, the brave go where they please — I am sure you shall reach the zenith of such a tree, it is your friend’s wish for you. xxxxxx

    • …and mine for you too my dear, along with every good there is!
      You always make me smile, my friend!
      Thank you for …who you are!
      xxxxxxx
      🙂

      • Blood-Ink-Diary says:

        And, you…. are such a lovely musician – which I just discovered today! MK-O !! Ten thumbs up! Thus, I MUST get a hold of your music…how? Please do advise where can I purchase here in Toronto? And, if the music has not reached Canada – well, let’s do something about it ! What a talent you are – beautiful and full of creative/intelligent parts that make you shine! Proud of you, my friend!!! xxxxxx
        p.s. my home is open to you should you ever decide to visit Toronto!
        🙂

        • oops [me blushing!]
          Aww, Shaheen, of all the wonderful things you’ve said to me, having your house open to me, touched me the most. Thank you so much my dear!!! Overwhelmed!!!! 🙂
          About MK-O, we’re on i-tunes and cdbaby [http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/MKO] for download and physical cds and you can hear us @ Lastfm [http://www.last.fm/music/MK-O] and YouTube [http://www.youtube.com/user/mkomusic].
          🙂 🙂
          Be well, beautiful beautiful Shaheen!!!!!!
          🙂

          • Blood-Ink-Diary says:

            My home shall always be open to you – it’s globally declared here on your lovely blog ! Just come! And, I should so interview you for my blog – about your music / art, et al…What says Marina? After the holidays I can prepare a bunch of questions and it would be a great honour to post your answers in relation to your creative world.
            Keep shining, my friend! Chashme ba-durr (we Persians say this – it means: may you be protected by any evil and envious eyes, always). Normally after a praise, we say this! Yup, the superstitious civilisation we happen to live in ! Lol.
            Lots of love & hugs.

            • Oh, I know, we have that over here too… in some places in Greece people say the opposite so that they don’t provoke spirits, for example they may say “you look so ugly”, meaning the opposite, or wear eye beads or blue beads for the “evil eye”!!!
              I am honored by your proposition my dear. How could I ever refuse a talented person like you?!!! We will be in touch.
              Thank you very very much!!!!!!!!
              Love and hugs from me too.
              🙂

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