Saturday 11, March 2017
Moon: Waxing gibbous • Visible: 99% ↑• Age: 13 days [full moon ahead!]
“Character No6” 1999 © marina kanavaki
Technique: Oil on paper
Original Size: 60x75cm
from my solo exhibition in 1999 at Epohes Gallery: “CHARACTERS”
and after a blue Friday,
Philip Glass: Changing Opinion
from his album: Songs from Liquid Days
Paul Simon: lyrics
Bernard Fowler: vocals
Happy Saturday 11th and a beautiful weekend!
* about this series of posts: Time Diversion
Categories: art, Characters, Concept, Months, Moon, Numbers, Oil painting, PAINTINGS, Time
Subtle and sublime… Glass for me it’s all about Koyaniskakski…. (sp?) and maybe a little bit of Glassworks
…and his operas and Passages with Shankar! 🙂 but of the 3 Qatsi, Koyaanisqatsi is by far my favorite!
Ravi Shankar? I haven’t heard that..
Lovely design and a great album!
Thanks and yes, I agree. I had a hard time deciding between this song and ‘Freezing’…
I love this series, Marina (even though I have looked at them in the wrong order!).
Thank you, my dear RH! 🙂 Order makes no difference! It’s there only to make my life more complicated, believe me!! 😉
Very Avant Garde painting. Genius! my friend. 🙂
Awwww…. Charlie, thank you, my dear friend! 🙂 🙂 🙂
This is fun clock! You are wonderfully creative, Marina!
Ah, so happy you liked it, my dear friend! xxxxxxxxxx
Ultimately … abstract. Well done ..!!!
🙂 Thank you, my dear Isadora! It was one of my ‘characters’ [as in portraits] from my 1999 painting exhibition. 🤗🤗🤗
Love it! This series is brilliant! xxxxxxxx
😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗😘🤗 multiplied!!!! 😉
Best wishes for a wonderful weekend Marina! Beautiful quiet “zen-like” design ~
Ah, thank you, Mary! My wishes for a wonderful Monday and week!!!! 😘😘
Happy weekend Marina! ❤️
Hope it was a beautiful one! Here’s to an even better week! 🙂 😘😘😘😘
You make blue and yellow work so well 🙂
Ah…. thank you, Alex! 🙂 🙂