Noisy Nest Sold

Noisy Nest went to a new home earlier this month. I lent it to a friend several months ago to hang in her home for awhile. My friend sold it. This tells me that perhaps I should lend out more of my paintings to friends to hang in their homes. They just might sale them for me. Thank you to my friend and thank you to the new owner of Noisy Nest. I am assured the owner loves it. Bonus.


Draw a bird day August

August 8th and it’s draw a bird day. Why not give you two birds? The peacock is inspired from Charlie O’Shields Sketching Stuff Activity Book, Nature. I am enjoying that book. Thank you Charlie.


Day 31 World Watercolor Month Finale!

Day 31 World Watercolor Month the finale. The prompt Favorite Colors. It’s been a fun month and I have enjoyed painting and posting everyday. Sometimes I only had a few minutes and that probably was very apparent in what I shared. Today I give you a Kingfisher. My favourite colour is BLUE any tone will do! Cheers Susan.


Day 30 World Watercolor Month

Day 30 World Watercolor Month. The prompt Wild Things. Recently we got our cute quotient when mama mallard brought her seven wee fuzzy babes for a visit. How something that tiny can survive in the wild amazes. Especially when mama is trying to raise them in a very busy section of Shuswap Lake. The perils are numerous.


Day 26 World Watercolor Month

Day 26 World Watercolor Month. Prompt? Natural Wonders. To me a hummingbird is a natural wonder.


“Misty Morning”

Misty Morning is my newest acrylic painting. Now available at Gallery One Fifty on Riverside Ave in Sicamous. Funny how this painting started out to be a completely different subject matter and ended up being a Heron hiding in tall weeds and grasses on a misty morning. Guess the birch trees I planned on doing will show up in my next painting. Hope everyone is having a great summer. Cheers Susan. Acrylic on 20″×20″ box canvas. Painted on all sides no frame needed. $250.00


Day 15 World Watercolor Month

Day 15 World Watercolor Month and the prompt is monochromatic. I decided to paint a great Blue Heron in a monochromatic foggy morning environment.