Six Word Saturday I’ve had Marina framed at last! AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on March 5, 2016March 5, 2016 Posted in Art and DesignTagged Art, Marina Kanavaki, Six Word Saturday, Society 6
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Lovely! Where will you hang her? 🙂
She has another wait, for the living room to be painted at Easter!
I don’t have any walls in my living area yet, so my paintings will have to be patient for a while. 😅
M/a/g/n/i/f/i/c/e/n/t/ 😀 ❤
Do you know Marina? her blog has her artwork on it!
Oops. Instead of a ‘y’, I’like a ‘t’ please.
I’m sure Marina will be thrilled. I think her artwork is gracefully beguiling.
Enjoy the visual pleasure you will reap each day.
I think she’s quite pleased but not as pleased as I am!
I don’t know the story of Marina, but please tell me: is that a pair of clasped hands in the mid ground?
Sadly I think it’s my reflected hands!
You haven’t ‘met’ Marina?Her blog is full of her art and music! http://marinakanavaki.com/
And here was I thinking I had found a special meaning!
Oh, my!!!!!!!! Overwhelmed! The ‘six word’ is ever so happy and grateful, my dear Gilly! Thank you so much! You framed me alright! [my smile and love included!] 😉 xxxxxx
It’s gorgeous and I’m chuffed to bits! Framing can be tricky can’t it, I’ve made mistakes in the past but this is simple and effective x 🙂 x
Awwww…I’m so glad you like it, Gilly!
I’ve also made mistakes in the past – it is tricky, you’re right!
Hope you’re having a great week. 🙂 xx
It is a beautiful watercolor… Did you paint it?
Hahaha I can just about paint a wall but sadly I can’t paint or draw at all. If you don’t know Marina, take a look at her blog via the link, her work is stunning and unique ❤
How long did you take to frame it? (A question from an arch-procrastinator on such matters.) it’s beautiful, and the simple frame serves it well. What a lovely 6 words!
Thanks Meg, it arrived in November, but at the same time I took another piece to be framed that I’d had for at least three years!
Oh, lovely! I have a Tote bag of Marina’s, I love carrying her around!
Don’t forget to keep changing shoulders or you’ll end up lopsided, Sue! 😦
But of course, Jo!
There are so many things I’d like, I’m intrigued now about which design you have 🙂
Absolutely gorgeous Gilly and the frame really brings out the lovely colours in the painting. 😀
Thanks Sophia, it will go beautifully in the room as well!
I am sure it will. You have such great taste. 😀
A happy day! I went to Marina’s blog and saw her lovely artwork. Nice!
And her work is available on everything from mugs to t shirts, i phone cases to tote bags!
Love the colours, Gilly, and nice choice of frame to go with it. 🙂
Thanks lovely, I really pleased with it, the next challenge is to get it up on the wall 🙂
Don’t look at me! I’m deadly with a hammer 😦 I didn’t know Marina either but popped over for a look.