Orange Rays Permeate



Sunset by the sea of Theologos.

orange rays permeate
Orange Rays Permeate

 

detail 1

orange rays permeate det1 ©Marina Kanavaki

detail 2

orange rays permeate det2 ©Marina Kanavaki

detail 3

orange rays permeate det3 ©Marina Kanavaki

Technique: Watercolour

Original size: 19x17cm

A seascape from the watercolor series “Dreamscapes” 2013 © Marina Kanavaki

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original post 14.10.2013 • 14:54


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124 replies »

  1. yes…ive probably commented on this already..but every time i look at this series, especially the 2nd one from the top, i learn something from it….no surprise there..its done by the hand of the Great marina…artiste extraordinaire…ya sous, marina….kala?

    • My dear Jak, I am running out of thank you phrases, or at least I feel that they are not enough!!! 🙂 Yasou, my friend and I hope you have a wonderful April.
      In the midst of changes / well! You?

      • no, thats quite ok, marina!
        i understand what you mean..its not necessary for you to send thank-you’s every time i comment on your work!
        but its the least i can do…for you obvioulsy have phenomenal talent.
        just wish i could find some spare time to get o with my own watercolors…:(

        • But, my friend it is not out of necessity or obligation, it’s just that I don’t feel it’s enough! So here it is, symbolically in capital letters: THANK YOU! 🙂
          And here’s a wish from me: may you soon start doing your watercolors!!!! 🙂

  2. Beautiful! I love the vibrant, fiery sunset! It reminds me of the spectacular romantic sunsets hubby and I saw in Santorini during our honeymoon many years ago.
    Thank you for bringing back those wonderful memories!
    🙂

    • Now I feel even happier! Thank you so much for this lovely comment. I have never been there but I know island sunsets. They are so beautiful. I hope you go there again. 🙂

  3. These are so beautiful, Marina..I just love the orange/blue combination. It’s funny that years ago, I wasn’t that fond of the color orange and now I love it! Beautiful work! xx

  4. These are SO invigorating. It’s like if you blurred your vision and watched a sunset this is what you would see! Bravo!

  5. You know I love these colors, Marina! They remind me of the beach on a warm summer’s day…the best season of the year!…beautiful work, my friend!
    Sending you much love and hugs xxx

  6. Aahhhh … the warm colors of the sunset to sooth us into a peaceful night.
    The colors are perfection, Marina.

  7. “by the sea of Theologos.” that changes everything for me. i love these for their largeness of spirit, and depth of inner vision. xo tony

  8. This is lovely Marina! The sky is absolutely captivating. The Sea of Theologos (word of God), very cool name for a body of water and delightfully painted.

  9. You have captured our Autumn colours Marina, It has JUST stopped raining here after more than 72hrs none stop,,,, So your Bright Orange was much needed today… Love to you Sue xox

    • Ah, that is so nice to hear, Sue! Although I like rain, I find the moments just after, when the sun makes a shy appearance, so beautiful… Thank you, my dear. Have a beautiful week! 🙂 xxxx

  10. I would like to be in that landscape, Marina. Love to see how the orange penetrates the ‘soil’. Abrazo, Rosa

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