Continuing my quest to update my virtual art gallery and revisiting old posts of paintings,
this is a painting from my ‘Atom Flowers’ watercolor series.
[original texts / notes / comments are kept & broken links amended].
…towards a more organized site and a happy day! 😉
For the beginning of a new month… [well, that was for February 2012, but still, beginning of a month! ;-)]
Original size: 13x13cm
from marina’s atom flowers 2011 © marina kanavaki
SHOP Atom Flowers #7 ART PRINT HERE
[museum quality printing and framing]
Marina’s Art Shop [Cafe Press]
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Atom Flowers Calendars [I wish they hadn’t discontinued these]
original post 01.02.2012 • 12:35
Atom Flowers No7, in various frames or stretched canvas or simple art print, at Imagekind
If you wish to know more about the painting [concept, price & availability] or if you see something you like that has sold, I am happy to paint something similar as a commission, please get in touch at email@example.com
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Categories: art, Atom Flowers, My Art Gallery, Watercolours
So lovely, Marina. You were obviously inspired. 😍😘
Awww… thank you so much, Sylvia. Enjoy a wonderful week ahead!
I love these beautiful, breezy, and vibrant flowers, Marina. One of my favorites, dear friend.
Awww…… I love the “breezy”! Thank you, my sweet friend!
Happy Sunday! …and week ahead!
Oh, Marina, if you were closer, I’d be knocking on your door! My wife used to paint watercolours and think she would also love these and, maybe, start painting again. I wish she would. Have a great weekend 🤗🌹💖🙋♂️
Ah, that is wonderful… These things come as a need and once an artist, always an artist. One day she’ll just pick up a paintbrush again! 😉🌻🎨🖌🖼
I love your Atom Flowers. They are totally atomic in three colors exploding from lovely strokes washing over the white ground.
What a beautiful thing to say, Tim. Thank you, my friend. 🙏😊
Often the most beauty is found in the simplicity of the strokes of paint that twist and twirl to show the beauty of colour in the minutest of detail… the way the paint blends and melts into each other.. Love your Atom Flowers dear Marina..
I have also had my brushes at work, but mostly my needles as I took on a new major project…which I completed some time ago, only to complete two more…
We all of us need to find our creative forms .. Especially in the way our minds create…. For we are all of needed in creating our New Earth, as we dismantle the old….
We are now in warrior mode, as each brush stroke, each stitch , each thought is vital in this New creative process….
I am delighted to be back here again Marina…. And sending well wishes your way ❤ Hugs my friend ❤
My dearest Sue, I’m so happy to see you here and your words brighten my day. You are right, we are in warrior mode with every part of our being and bonded more than ever.
Thank you, my kindest friend. Sending more love and hugs your way!
From one Warrior to another… I sent you two replies via email Marina in case they get lost… x ❤ Much love returned
I got them both and still reading them!! 😉 more love back, my dearest friend.
i love it.thank you sis
Ah, thank YOU, my dear Betty!!! 🙂
To me, there’s kind of like a race in all these flowers. All trying to grow so well. 🙂 And your usual elegance in this, Marina. 🙂
I think you maybe right there… they are all actually, desperately trying to exist [to begin with] and then bloom as best they can. I don’t know if I’m succeeding, but I know that’s what they’re telling me… Thank you Katie.
I invite you here my friend for lauching
Thank you, Jake.
…or how painting skills can reveal the world through a child’s perspective. Thrilling…
That is such a nice comment, Edwin. Thank you!
Oh how beautiful Marina! This just might be my favorite.
Thank you so much, Jennifer! [May it bring you a blossoming February!]
I like the way your paintings have a vibrancy about them, living things.
Thank you, Bones! …”living things” sounds so nice!
I love the colors.
Thank you, Bongo!
Beautiful! This painting is full of vitality and happiness! Great opening for February!
Oh, thank you! I wish you a beautiful February!
i wish i could print your atom flower series as posters and hang it up on my study room walls! extreme soothing effect!
Thanks so much Jayanth. It’s …soothing[!] to hear that my flowers could do that!!
you are painting so lightly – one can feel the positive energy, the speed …
Thank you, Frizz. You’re very kind.
February was named after the Latin term februum, which means purification, via the purification ritual Februa held on February 15 (full moon) in the old lunar Roman calendar.
Fresh flowers to you too. Fresh new start to all
Indeed a fresh new start to all, Dominique, thank you!