It is not in my nature to give up. “Meanwhile Back At The Nest”. This painting has under gone several rethinks and remakes. Is “rethinks” a word? It is now. I will live with this version for a few days and then decide if I am finished or not. It will need a name at some point as well. I hope you are staying well and safe. We can all get through these challenging times. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Acrylics on 16″ x 20″ x 1.5″ thick canvas. $250.00 Thanks for stopping by.
“Cardinal Wreath”. Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on Arches paper. A Merry Christmas to me painting. A friend gave me the antique frame a year or two ago and it’s taken me this long to decide what I wanted to create to put in the frame. The end result has added to my Christmas decor nicely. A keeper!
My first version of this painting was much smaller. Approximately 3″ x 5″. Someone asked me if I could make it a bigger size. So that is what I did. At 14″ x 18″ it is one of the biggest watercolor and ink paintings that I have done. QoR watercolor and ink on Arches paper. Artist Susan Feniak.
Hello I am Maude. Although I seem a tad distracted, I am here to announce that my artist Susan Feniak will soon be the featured artist at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. We will be sure to let you know exactly when. Oh and I was created using Holbein Artists Water Color on Arches hot press paper.
It looks like a busy nest too! Artist Susan Feniak. Water colours on Arches hot press paper. 9″×12″. A real mix of product everything from QoR to Daniel Smith to Holbein. I hope you like this gaggle of youngsters. Cheers Susan.
It’s been awhile since I last visited the chickadees. And since I have never painted or drawn pinecones it was time for that too. Artist Susan Feniak. QOR watercolour on Arches hot press paper. Approximately 9″×9″.
All my feathered and furry friends have something to say, and that is, Merry Christmas! They have even come along to help decorate in their own special ways. Artist Susan Feniak. QOR watercolor on Arches hot press paper. 8″x10″
The June 27th prompt was Cucumbers. I felt like painting Dandy the lion keeping one eye on his youngster instead. Keeping one eye on such a cutie is essential. Especially when ones youngster appears to be as inquisitive as this one does. Not to mention the dangers lurking where these two live.
I used to tell our kids that I had eyes in the back of my head too. How about you?
I need to name Dandy’s little one. Any ideas?
Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein and QOR water colour on Arches hot press paper. 9″×12″