“Wes”

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.

To contact Susan sfeniakart@gmail.com

Wes
100% cotton paper

“Ocean Jewel”

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.

“Ocean Jewel” a better photo.

Proof?

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?


“Dingy Round Up”

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

To contact me sfeniakart@gmail.com


Sunflower

The power was out for around six hours today. What does a girl do other then try to stay warm? She creates.


“Hurry Home”

Hurry Home! This one is drying on my easel. I wanted to do something a bit different. It certainly was fun to do. Who knew a rainy city night could be fun? I had the idea rumbling around in my imagination for awhile. Putting it all on canvas was the next trick. Hope you like it. Acrylic on 20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ thick canvas painted on all sides. No frame needed. $250.00

To contact me sfeniakart@gmail.com


Day 23 World Watercolor Month

Day 23 World Watercolor Month. The prompt Beach Fun. This is as good of a sandcastle I was ever able to build. Probably the reason for that is I preferred to be in the water swimming. The only reason I would be building a sandcastle is because my Mother would be making me take the obligatory 30 minute wait after our picnic lunch. Remember those? They were the longest minutes of my childhood.