Just finished another 10″ x 10″ painting. Small by my standard. These are the progress photos and the final painting. I decided to leave the background white. Maybe it’s the start of a new trend? The title is “Yellow Maze”. If you were interested in purchasing this painting you are too late as it SOLD almost immediately. Thank you to the purchaser. Selling art has been a tuff slog this summer as venues have been few and far between. I am fortunate to have sold anything. As always I am grateful to have someone like my art enough to hang in their home and personal space. Cheers Susan
Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 10″ x 10″ gallery canvas.
#WorldWatercolorMonth Day 31 prompt “Jewel”. Finale! Here are some of the gems I created this month along with one final card. I did it! Despite all that has been going on around here I managed to create 31 hand painted, one of a kind, greeting cards in 31 days. I hope you have enjoyed this month long celebration of Watercolor as much as I. Thank you to Charlie O’Shields at doodlewash.com for his idea to have a month long celebration of watercolor. This is the 6th year I have participated. It is celebrated by artists around the world. Truly filling the world with beautiful art. Cheers Susan Feniak
All 31 cards are original art by Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″ Some have sold but there are many still available. Email Susan at email@example.com
#WorldWatercolorMonth Day 15 prompt “Effervescent”. This is beyond bubbly and effervescent. Maybe the boats name is Effervescent?! Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″.
#WorldWatercolorMonth Day 11 prompt is “Abrupt”. Sometimes the smallest thing can bring the biggest thing to an abrupt halt. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″.
#WorldWatercolorMonth Days 8 and 9. “Wing” and Gnarled”. The photos speak for themselves. I am combining the two into one because I was a tad busy yesterday. The lack of internet and time does affect one’s ability to keep up with this month long celebration of watercolor art. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″. Cheers Susan
It’s a rainy day here. A perfect day to make some more “one of a kind cards”. “Duke and Princess”. Years ago I did a painting similar to this one. At that time I considered it a turning point in my watercolor work. I left it up to the viewer to decide which one is Duke and which one is Princess. I am doing that again this time.
“Fiona” is “Hamish’s” sister. You may remember Hamish from last year. He was a 9″ x 11″ painting. Now hanging in a friend’s home. Fiona is a card I made for another friends birthday. Fiona seems to have managed to get herself into the same predicament as Hamish!
Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor, gouache and ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″.
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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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