“I’m the proud owner of Marina Kanavaki’s 2017 calendar: “Twelve Months: A Journey Entranced.” It’s lovely, and I’m delighted.
I bought the Wall Calendar (the calendar is also available as a digest-sized planner). The Wall Calendar is tabloid-sized, 11” wide by 17” high, and stands out beautifully on any wall.
Each month features a painting that takes up most of the page: approximately 11” by 15”. The effect is like having a lovely painting on your wall, with a tidy little calendar at the bottom.
Every month you flip the page to reveal a new painting— it’s like having your own rotating art gallery.
The paintings are dynamic, and the colors are absolutely gorgeous. Each month uses the associated birthstone (and color) as its theme, and also incorporates the month number (April being “4,” for example). The moon is featured in many of the paintings, creating a dramatic focal point.
The paintings themselves are so bold and colorful, they radiate energy into the room, and create a mood. I can picture visitors gravitating to the calendar, just as one is drawn to a painting in someone’s home. I doubt there are many calendars that could spark a conversation about art— but this one definitely could!
If you’re a Marina Kanavaki fan (like me), this calendar will allow you to bring some of her vibrancy, passion, sense of fun, and joie de vivre into your home. Good art and a good influence— you can’t beat that combination.
Most calendars get discarded at the end of the year. Not this one. I plan to turn mine into a Marina Kanavaki Art Gallery. Maybe I’ll charge admission, and become rich… : )
My thanks to Marina for a beautiful calendar. It’s certainly my pleasure to write this testimonial.”
Mark @ Mark Armstrong Illustration
“Marina’s painting – Happy April With Poppies is now on leggings!
I bought my pair from her Society6 Shop & I luv, luv them! I feel like a walking piece of Street Art.
I also bought them in Paths of Color [turquoise, blue and green] but I’ll show those at another time!
I tested the look with various shoes & ended up with a short heel, which is better than these sandals.
Thanks, Marina! I feel so super cool!”