marina’s fortune tree

And here’s the full progress…

music credit: Alexander Scriabin’s Prelude No.23 in F major – Piano: Walter Gieseking

marina’s fortune tree © 2011

fortune tree all5©marina kanavaki

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95 Responses to “marina’s fortune tree”
  1. Adam Hughes says:

    Reblogged this on Freedom for Cetaceans.

  2. JK Bevill - Lost Creek Publishing says:

    Reblogged this on lost creek publishing and commented:
    Watch The Video!

  3. JK Bevill - Lost Creek Publishing says:

    Love that video short!

  4. Fergiemoto says:

    Beautiful evolution of your lovely fortune tree, Marina!!

  5. Lovely art and video, Marina! 🙂

  6. violetski says:

    Ah, love your future trees Marina ! Wish to have them in my little garden ! ❤️

  7. deCamville Design says:

    Marina, what a delightful presentation!!! Beautiful, my dear! ~xo!!!

  8. The Hook says:

    Viewing your work has proven to be the perfect way to start what is sure to be a ridiculously hectic day.
    Thank you, Marina!

  9. very nice Marina. I love the music with the tree transformation
    Have a good week

  10. frizztext says:

    I would like
    to see
    the people,
    the cities,
    the countries
    grow as silently
    as your trees!

  11. dilip says:

    Just super! Beautiful video.
    Thanks Marina.

  12. Lois says:

    Fabulous… I love trees and walking beneath them… your video is wonderful, captivating!

  13. sriramjanak says:

    this is jut lovely Marina.:-)

  14. viveka says:

    Marina, wow …. This video is just fantastic – you should also do a little video about how your art grow on the paper … and do it in time-lapse. I love your choice of music to and I love this sequent of the tree through the season. Excellent job. I wish a fantastic weekend.

  15. I enjoyed viewing the video with the wonderful classical music to put
    to accompany your magical looking trees.
    Beautiful, Marina, Beautiful.

  16. The video you created is such a cool way to show your artwork!

  17. Mary says:

    I love the way the Fortune Tree grows and blooms – wonderful background music.

  18. aFrankAngle says:

    Piano interludes is a great way to view your work. Hope to see more of this in the future, but I recognize they take time to create.

  19. clinock says:

    Absolutely brilliant – love the detailed panels at top of post the most but the video and it’s soundtrack is inspired – the sounds of falling glory – all around me here covering my wellies and blocking my drains with the leafy brushstrokes of the painter goddess of autumn – thank you Marina for yet one more gorgeous post ❤

  20. Nawfal says:

    VERY EXCELLENT ! : ^))

  21. CLANIMA says:

    Che meraviglia dolcissima Marina!!
    In quegli alberi vive la Tua Anima e il Tuo Cuore!
    Un abbraccio con affetto

  22. How I loved watching it grow!

  23. Penny L Howe says:

    Hello Marina. To me it all goes together. A creative symphony of beauty, art, musical tones, marina, muticoloured hues and expressions, nature, marina, creativity, joy, colors of life, marina! Yes all blending together in perfectly beautiful harmony!!!! Love it and you, dearest friend! Wishing you a most excellent evening and weekend! xo

    • You have just made me (and my tree!) so happy, sweet Penny! Your kind and beautiful words mean the sorld! Thank you my dear dear friend! A wonderful weekend to you too! 🙂 zxxxxxxxxxxxx

  24. I enjoyed your video Marina. It gives another perspective on your creativity.

  25. Gil says:

    Beautiful video Marina, and the music make it so enjoybale…

  26. Hey, this is great Marina! Enjoyable!

  27. The Piano is the perfect accompaniment – wish I could tinkle the ivories as well!

  28. Francina says:

    wonderful video , Marina!!! Thank you for sharing.
    have a great night and a fabulous Friday..
    groetjes, Francina xxxxxxxx

  29. Dear Marina, unintentionally… I just posted “my inspiration” 😀
    and here is something that unites us! You too combine pictorial art to the music of Sciabin… divine! Hug 🙂 claudine
    PS. very often I write hearing my son and daughter playing….

  30. Jayanth says:

    creation in 30 seconds! loved it!

  31. mrmodigliani says:

    I love this!

  32. doronart says:

    It is amazing to see how music can affect fotune trees.. It took 32 seconds and my tree was fully grown tree all over my screen.. I call it Marina Magic.

    • 😉
      I suppose it could have been done better, but -as it was a “spur of the moment” thing- I had to see it fast!!! You know how it is with impatient people!
      Thank you very much my friend! 🙂

  33. frizztext says:

    wonderful, how the yellow tree grows – with that background piano – fine art, reblog it!

    • Ah, thank you, Frizz… maybe I will take your advice!
      Happy Friday and congrats on your new born grand daughter! May she grow to bloom in joy and abundance! Just like that tree grows to become golden! 🙂

  34. Benjamin 0 says:

    Dear Happy Hearted Marina, may I have your attention on tatwip’s “Live Heroes”? I appreciate everything sweet one. B

  35. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    I haven’t been able to play videos all night 😦 This is the third one I’ve wanted to see.

    Maybe after shutting down my PC (mac) it will all work again… hope.

  36. Arpon Files says:

    No solo plasmas belleza estática, hacerlo en movimiento es sorprendente. Un abrazo

  37. I love this manifestation of animation, it fills me up.

  38. Very clever. You try everything! Good for you.I like your header too.

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