I have two fresh watercolor and ink paintings for you today. Now that the weather has warmed up a wee bit we are spending more time on our boat. There is no internet on our boat or dock. You may not see as much of my art or get many comments or likes from me for the next while. It can’t be helped. I will do what I can when I can. In the meantime here is Zelda Zebra who has been busy since we last saw her. The pond is my imagination at play, an idyllic scene. Both pieces are watercolor, ink and gouache on 11″ x 14″ Fabriano paper. Artist Susan Feniak
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“Tropical Daze” is the title I have given to my latest fun painting. After another set back I am forging ahead with my art. I won’t let rejection get me down, not this gal. This is a brand new painting on my easel, still drying. I certainly enjoyed using my palette knife while creating this piece. I used a palette almost exclusively. There is very little brush work. I did make use of some cheesecloth to add different texture, especially to the clouds. All in all great fun. It seems that these days if I am not thinking about spring I am thinking about some tropical paradise. Or so it would seem by my artistic endeavors. My new easel is no longer new looking. Tropical Daze is acrylic and gloss medium on a 20″ x 20″ gallery canvas, framed with a metal white frame. Asking $200
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World Watercolor Month Day 28 prompt “Complementary”. Peter Peacock presents his plumage for your complementary complements. What would a Peacock be without his plumage? Can you tell I am having fun? Peter is QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. Artist Susan Feniak. To learn more about World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there check out the shop. All proceeds benefit The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. Let’s get as many art supplies as possible to children. Thank you.
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As you may know I enjoy making greeting cards. Here are several recently created ones. They will be available soon at Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous. I hope they bring you a smile this day. We all need to smile more. Stay well.
Artist Susan Feniak. My cards are one of a kind. Watercolor and ink on Strathmore card stock.
My annual Easter painting. Easter is and will be different for everyone this year. Our house is no exception. Make the best of it. STAY HOME AND STAY WELL. Happy Easter to you and yours. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on Strathmore Vision paper.
Wes is our son’s Boston Terrier. I think our granddaughter may have dressed Wes up for the photo that I have based this illustration on. Wes is a bit of a character and much loved. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on 100% cotton paper made in Italy. The paper is a gift that I am having fun playing with.
Ocean Jewel. Something new and different. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden acrylics on a 20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ thick canvas. No frame needed. Hope you like this bit of bling. To achieve the texture on the starfish I used a thick layer of Goldens gel gloss.
Proof? Every one of my cards is a one of. I draw and then paint every one. No two are the same. Or so it would seem by my panda bears this year. They all have such different faces and expressions. I have my favorite here. Do you?
SOLD Dingy Round Up. My latest acrylic painting. What do you think? Knowing boaters like I do if I came across this scene I would know there is a party near by. Of course I would join in. Golden acrylics on 20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ thick canvas painted on all sides. $250