Day 2 World Watercolor Month

The prompt for day two of WorldWatercolorMonth “Sunny Skies” made me think of sunflowers pointing themselves toward the sun. Don’t ask me why. It just did. To get your prompts and more information about WorldWatercolorMonth2019 click on or go to worldwatercolormonth. com


Daisy Fresh

“Daisy Fresh”. I was inspired by an article in June 2019 Watercolor Artist magazine “A Meditation in Light”. This is my acrylic spin on a watercolor of daisies in that article. Replication of a watercolor painting with acrylic is easier said then done. Or so it seemed to me. I am pleased with my result. Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 16″ × 20″ box canvas. Painted on all sides. No frame needed. $175


Lupines

“Lupines” Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 12″ x 12″ box canvas. Lupins grow wild in this neck of the woods bringing lots of colour to roadsides and meadows. I am still having fun using my palette knife. Doesn’t need a frame $100.


Spreading some brightness

It has been a couple weeks of dull winter weather in my neck of the woods. In the need of some brightness if not sunshine it was time to paint some colorful happy flowers. Hope they bring you smiles and some brightness too. Cheers Susan


Two Days Left

There are only two days left to purchase one of my paintings at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. The gallery will be closing for the season on September 15th. Cheers Susan Feniak.


The Turquoise Boat

I am pretty sure this is the smallest acrylic painting I have ever done. At 8 “× 8” it seems miniscule to me. But still I enjoyed painting. My inspiration was a photo found in Victoria magazine September 2018 issue. An idyllic setting or so it seems to me. Cheers Susan


Hydrangea

“Hydrangea” Artist Susan Feniak. Koi watercolour on Fabriano paper. Pixma ink and white Jellyroll. 8″×10″. Who doesn’t love a big beautiful hydrangea bloom?