“Pansy Chain”

Painting Pansy Chain“Pansy Chain” Original art by Susan Feniak.  Experimenting and imagining….

Imagine if you will, a warm sunny day, a picnic basket, a blanket spread on the green grass and the time to do the more pleasurable things in life like make a flower chain.  Can you smell that green grass?  Hear the birds sing?  Told you I was imagining.  The experimenting?  Well this painting sat on my easel for an age.  I started it, left it, tweaked it, left it and then I decided to experiment.  I had fun playing with different materials that included spray on glue and tissue paper.  Now you can imagine what kind of mess I got myself into.  But no worries, its all about the fun!!

Mix media and Acrylic on 24″ x 24″ box canvas.

24 Comments on ““Pansy Chain””

  1. That experiment turned out very well! It’s really lovely! And it did make me think of a spring picnic. 🙂

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  2. Mary says:

    This is so pretty Susan, feel as though I could reach out and touch the beautiful pansies! I love the colors – Spring is in the air!! Happy to see your art again ~

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  3. Wonderful texture and I love how the two patterns go together. Dreaming of summer picnics… 🙂

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  4. Snehal Kank says:

    Yes very soon we’ll get warm days 😀 What a beautiful work Susan 💕 Loved the flowers and the cross lines texture too! 👍🏼

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  5. Jill Kuhn says:

    I’m dreaming of summer too! Lovely patterns, Susan!! 🌼🌺🌸

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  6. memadtwo says:

    It does remind me of picnics and summer. This would be beautiful on a tablecloth. (K)

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  7. Jodi says:

    so beautiful!

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  8. Carol says:

    So cheerful, and in my opinion fun is the name of the game. Paint to relax and please your own senses!!

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  9. Tom Merriman says:

    Very creative, Susan… and yes – I’m right there on that warm sunny day! Fabulous! 😀

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  10. Exactly! about the fun, love the bright cheerfulness of your painting. Joy is the next best “tool” that an artist has and I feel it with this. 🙂

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