#NatureDoodlewash Conch Shell

June 13  Today I share a memory of a walk along the beach, of sun drenched white sand and palm trees rustling in the warm breeze.  Today I bring you a conch shell from that walk.   If I hold the shell up to my ear I can still hear the Caribbean.  In my world this memory is of the ultimate nature walk.

#NatureDoodlewash  was accomplished with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache and Gallery Mungyo Watercolor Crayon on Canson Mix Media 7” x 10” paper.  Original art by Susan Feniak

Thank you to Charlie O’Shields at Doodlewash.wordpress.com for inviting us on a month long nature adventure.


29 Comments on “#NatureDoodlewash Conch Shell”

  1. debiriley says:

    such pretty colors in your shell!

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  2. You captured that inside color and the shades so beautifully – xo

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  3. Love the blends those Neos make! Thanks for sharing, Susan!

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  4. memadtwo says:

    I can hear it…(K)

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  5. This is a great shell Susan, fantastic choice in neocolor, their vibrant colours work well…. I love these shells, listening to them sing the song of the sea, is the closest I have been to the Caribbean.

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  6. Mary says:

    Gorgeous Susan! Wonderful shape and lines, but the colors – well very soothing.

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  7. Oh how wonderful to find such a treasure, and still be able to hear the sea in it! It sounds like a perfect walk to me.

    The pen & wash is lovely! I want to put up to my ear and listen!

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  8. Awesome, Susan!! That color on the inside of the shell is perfect! Beautifully done! 😍

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  9. Love that beautiful pink you’ve captured! I always did love seashell pink. 🙂

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  10. Carol says:

    Your shell has such great colors, Susan. Very nice!

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  12. Teri C says:

    Great looking shell Susan!

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