Sold and then not sold. Wait a minute and then SOLD. Proving to me that art is a very personal thing. Recently someone took a liking to my painting Raven Trail Autumn. Upon seeing it personally, other then via photo, decided that it wasn’t for them. Not quite right to their decerning eye. No problem, I have a lot of paintings to share. After being shown Raven Trail Birch it was, yes please. Ergo I am pleased to say that my painting Raven Trail Birch has SOLD. Thank you to the purchaser and giving my art a lovely forever home. Cheers Susan Feniak
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Busy times… Recently two of my paintings found new homes. Thank you to the buyers. It is always wonderful to have paintings find appreciative buyers and new homes. Two more of my paintings are now available at Three Buoys Marina on Riverside Ave in Sicamous. I have discounted prices for an end of season sale. Cheers Susan.
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My husband and I enjoyed our ten days off. We spent our vacation on our houseboat at Robert’s Bay Provincial Park Shuswap Lake British Columbia. I took many photos. These are only a few. We are very fortunate to live in such a beautiful area of Canada. Proud to be Canadian! Especially during these challenging times. Cheers Susan Feniak
original art by Susan Feniak acrylic on 24” x 24” canvas
Just a little something I have been working on. I have been discovering some great places to walk around our new home in Salmon Arm. It amazes me just how many trails there are. While out and about on these nature trails I am getting inspired. This painting is based on yet another photo that I took this past summer. Pretty sure there will be more to inspire me as I investigate our new surroundings.
Original art by Susan Feniak acrylic on 12” x 12” box canvas. Rarely do we have a winter day that inspires me to paint a snowy scene. But the other day we had a stellar one. Unlike most days in our neck of the woods it was sun filled, bright and crisp. There was a snowfall the previous night and then the temperature plummeted. Leaving behind a thick intact layer of snow on all the trees. This could be our yard or just over there…… It was a beautiful scene. Happy New Year! This is the first painting of 2015. Here is hoping for a productive year.
original art By Susan Feniak acrylic on 24” x 36” canvas
A bit of whimsy for all of you and my imagination at work. Picture if you will a grassy field smattered with wild flowers. Countless birds happily singing and flitting about. This painting is how that field would look threw the eye of a bird. Or as I imagine it would. Hopefully you can picture this bright sunny day too. As you may be able to tell I am thinking of sun filled days and missing the colors, sounds, smells and warmth of them. A happy place!
Original art in progress on my easel. by Susan Feniak I wouldn’t want anyone thinking I am just wasting time around here!!! See me smile? But due to another sleepless night. (Being sleepless is just me being me.) I came up with an idea for a new painting. Since I didn’t feel well enough equipped to attempt much of anything else today I decided to put said idea onto canvas. This is the biggest canvas I have tackle in a while and did I ever have fun with my brushes and paints. Almost enough to make me forget all about the sleepless night! There is a lot more left to do but the painting is of the world as a bird might see it. A Birds Eye View.