January Tree

January Tree © Marina Kanavaki

Technique: watercolour Dimensions: 18x28cm [unframed]


Why January?

Well, simply because I painted it with January and new beginnings in mind! [


…and selected details as a journey within! 😉


Happy …mid -almost late– January everyone!


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  1. That is a perfect Look for a January tree Marina…. Looking forward to the February days lengthening… Sending LOVE my friend.. and I had missed this one… with catching the others LOL.. 🙂 Special Hugs your way Marina.. ❤ ❤ ❤

  2. Perfect palette for January…with only 3 days left. We’re about to get some heavy snow finally, to cover up all the grays and browns. This picture will be a white-out lol. Hugs, Marina!

    • Ah, thank you, Mary Jo! Where did January go?! Same here, although I don’t see our grays and browns covered up any time soon, winter is [finally] here. Many hugs back! ❤️

  3. It’s a brilliant painting, Marina.
    To me it captures January perfectly.
    There is something cold and barren, yet stately and important.
    Bravo, dahling!

  4. January trees are very special to me – they allow us to see the beauty of their structure against the sky. You have captured the essence of this special months. Sending many hugs across the way.

  5. A lovely winter tree. Happy January, dear Marina and in a couple of weeks it will be IMBOLC or Candlemas or Brigid’s Day! I still haven’t written a verse for that day. I’m 🙏 for inspiration. 🌹🙋‍♂️

  6. What a beautiful tree to start off 2023. Dressed in lovely winter hues, ready to tell the cold “adieu”.

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