Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous will be reopening soon. Here is a sampling of my art that will be on display and for sale there. The gallery has relocated to the Red Barn on Riverside Ave. this year. Starting next Sunday I will be volunteering there. The artist on duty. Hopefully it will be a successful summer. I am looking forward to meeting the visitors.
Today I am pleased to show off my new business cards and postcards with my updated information on them. Also I was just informed that I now have 500 followers here at WP. Cause for celebration and in my world news worthy. Happy Friday everyone!
Raven Trail Autumn. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Acrylics on 16″×20″ box canvas. Raven Trail is one of my favourite walks near where we live. Fall is not my favourite time of year mostly because winter comes next. I am Canadian. But that doesn’t mean I love winter. All that being said I do enjoy all the autumnal colours and kicking up the fallen leaves. I hope my painting evokes those pleasantries. Cheers Susan
original art by Susan Feniak acrylic on 20” x 24” canvas Here it is hot off the easel! My latest painting, from a photo I took late last summer along one of my favourite places to walk, Raven Trail, Salmon Arm, B.C. Canada. My home town. The trail meanders along the foreshore of Salmon Arm Bay. It is a nature preserve and bird sanctuary. Sights to behold whilst walking the trail are a beaver dam, and den, assorted wild life and wild fowl that include swans, grebes, geese, blue herons, and last summer a flock of white pelicans visited there. Hope you enjoy the view and get a sense of what a beautiful spot this is from my painting. Cheers, Susan
original art by Susan Feniak acrylic on 24” x 24” canvas
Just a little something I have been working on. I have been discovering some great places to walk around our new home in Salmon Arm. It amazes me just how many trails there are. While out and about on these nature trails I am getting inspired. This painting is based on yet another photo that I took this past summer. Pretty sure there will be more to inspire me as I investigate our new surroundings.
Cheers, Susan Feniak
Previously titled, “Done?” The consensus is that the painting is indeed done. I did add some Canada Geese flying in formation but I have not taken another photo of the painting. It was a nice day for a walk along the nature trail in Salmon Arm Bay. The biggest water colour I have tackled to date. At the moment I am not sure if this one is finished or not. I don’t want to over work it. Usually I am happy or pleased with the end product. Perhaps its because this is a water colour that has me doubting. It has been fun playing and spending time at my easel.
Original art by Susan Feniak Staedtler water colour pencils and Holbein water colours on 18” x 24” Strathmore water colour paper.
This is the biggest water colour I have tackled to date. Another experiment. An I can do it moment. It is a work in progress but thought I could share it.
Original art by Susan Feniak water colour pencil on 18” x 24” Strathmore Watercolor paper.