time diversion XXI

Sunday 26th, March 2017 Moon: Waning crescent • Visible: 4% ↓ • Age: 28 days Twenty-first and last clock*:   D.S.T. or The Lost Hour   D.S.T. or The Lost Hour Technique: graphic design, digital artwork D.S.T. or: The Lost Hour, is an homage to the hour gone missing during the months of summer for … Continue reading

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time diversion II

Tuesday 7, March 2017 Moon: Waxing gibbous • Visible: 73% ↑•  Age: 9 days Second clock*: The Woods I Pink The Woods I Pink Technique: Watercolour Original size: 13×13 series titled: The Woods – 2012 © Marina Kanavaki and for the seventh day of March: Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy by Return to Forever Return … Continue reading

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time diversion I

March is already here. The month heralding Spring, officially: March 20th – Spring Equinox. However this series of posts was triggered by an ‘unfortunate’ [to me at least] event. An event that takes place every year on the last Sunday of March [in our part of the world] and returns to its blessed normality on … Continue reading

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Aquamarina Three aka March

Happy Aquamarina Three everyone! March 1st Moon on waxing crescent 11% visible [age: 3 days] Year 2017   12 Months – A Journey Entranced / Wall Calendar By Artemis Marina Kanavaki in Calendars 28 pages, published 9/29/2016 12 months: a journey of numbers and colors. Each month a unique illustration. Each month an imaginary place. … Continue reading

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01•10•2016•01:00•new moon

01•10•2016•01:00 & a New Moon o.1% All those 1s in combination with the New Moon sound perfect for new beginnings, a refresh, a restart…   One Bone A New Toy One Calendar! [yes, it is finally ready!] by clicking on the above image [calendar’s cover] you’ll be able to see more details about the calendar. … Continue reading

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dst and a short hiatus

Last Sunday we LOST an hour in our part of the world, moving to D.S.T. [Daylight Saving Time]. Many of my friends are already familiar with my views on D.S.T. [for those who aren’t:  dst-or-losing-an-hour]. As if that wasn’t enough [!], I’ve been experiencing some technical issues. Therefore I’m on a short break to sort … Continue reading

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aquamarina* three

3rd month of the year [already] day 3 – 03:00 EET March [from the Latin: Martius – named for Mars, the Roman god of war] marks the beginning of Spring [meteorologically on the first day, astronomically on the 21st – 23rd, also known as Spring Equinox [for the Northern Hemisphere]. Speaking of Spring, it seems … Continue reading

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garnet one

First month of the year: January and my journey through/to numbers continues. A journey that -rather unorthodoxly*- began in September 2015! *Back in September 2015, inspired by Bumba’s “The Numbers Game Is Here: Mathematics for Dummies” The Whole Nine Yards,  I started working on images for each month. First month was September, so this series … Continue reading

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DST, or losing an hour…

This is an homage to the lost hour… Many of my friends are already aware of my views on this unfortunate shift of time to DST* *Daylight Saving Time, or else a horrible way of depriving people an hour! …and also my excuse for not being able to visit all my friends blogs! A little … Continue reading

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Happy Spring Equinox!

Happy Spring Equinox, everyone! It’s the time of year when night and day are about equal length. That will happen at 16:57 UT time The March equinox (or Northward equinox) is the equinox on the earth when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading northward. The March equinox is the vernal equinox in … Continue reading

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Daylight Saving Time GONE tonight!

The time is nigh… DST is leaving us tonight and we finally get that precious hour back! One more clock from my painting “The Woods V” you can see the painting here: The Woods V     You can visit my shop for art prints, framed or on canvas at Imagekind • my art prints, … Continue reading

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Daylight Saving Time GONE [twice]

Continuing the DST series or else my desire to get that hour back, here are two more clocks with my ‘dreamscapes’ Paths of Color [TBG] & Paths of Color [GP] see here: Paths of Color [TBG] & Paths of Color [GP]     You can visit my shop for art prints, framed or on canvas … Continue reading

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Time II

This is the second of a series of posts with my view of time featuring timepieces with my watercolors. Time! Divided in hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds… yet counts differently to each one of us. It seems that the most accurate timekeeping devices are atomic clocks. Though these are not actually atomic[!], they do however have … Continue reading

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Time I

“Time is a dimension in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future, and also the measure of durations of events and the intervals between them.Time has long been a major subject of study in religion, philosophy, and science, but defining it in a manner applicable to all fields … Continue reading

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