#WorldWatercolorMonth July 18 “Puffin”

#WorldWatercolorMonth July 18 “Puffin”. Only time for another quick sketch again today. These brightly colored billed birds have always intrigued me.  Until I started looking at photo’s of them I didn’t realize what doleful eyes they had. Next time I hope to have a bit more research on them to share with you.  Happy Monday! PEACE

#WorldWatercolorMonth “Puffin” original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists’ Water Color, Faber Castell PITT artist pen on Canson Mix Media paper.IMG_20160718_094456

23 Comments on “#WorldWatercolorMonth July 18 “Puffin””

  1. This one just makes me smile! Love it!!

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  2. What a beautiful puffin. Love the expressions you get with your animals, Susan!

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  3. Carol says:

    Great painting! There are no puffins where I live and so wanted to see one while visiting Maine a few years ago, but they were all hiding, I guess. Yours is terrific 🙂

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  4. Painting for Joy says:

    Awesome Puffin painting Susan!! Animals are definitely your thing! 👍🏻👏🏻

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  5. Inese Poga Art plus Life says:

    This one is really lovely!

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  6. Teri C says:

    I think he is Puff the magic puffin. Love him!

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  7. It’s adorable! I love Puffins!

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  8. Jodi says:

    most adorable thing ever! Love your little puffin!

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  9. Beautiful painting! They do have neat eyes. 🙂

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  10. Snehal Kank says:

    Yeah he is gorgeous! Love his beak!

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  11. He is gorgeous, you are quite right about the eyes, sometimes painting really makes you take a close look at animals and study minute detail

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