Seahorse

Seahorse fun. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on Fabriano 5.5″ x 8.5″ paper. Nothing as fun as splattering and splashing paint about.


A Revision

I revised my painting “Tomorrow Is Another Day”. I added more shading on the boats facing away from the sun and added more sun light reflecting in other areas. Hopefully these touches are sufficient to show what I was trying to achieve. Boats sitting calmly under a cloudy sky, surrounded by the glow of a setting sun. My art is available for sale. Tomorrow Is Another Day does not need a frame. $300 plus shipping and handling.


“Dan’s Canvas & Sail”

Dan’s Canvas and Sail is finally done! I am actually pleased with how this one turned out. It was nice to visit one of my favourite subjects again. I wonder how this scene would play out on my easel using acrylics? Might have to try that one day. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on Fabriano 11″ x 14″ paper. Unframed $100.


A progress report

This painting is in progress and taking me more time then what is normal. Other things have been causing distractions. Not only work but I have also upgraded my WordPress blog and created my own domain. Now when you visit my WordPress site you won’t be inundated with annoying advertising. My domain is called: susanfeniakart.com It is also a work in progress.


“Dancing Blues”

After a few set backs and feeling some what discouraged here I am. Never give up! I am persistent. Dancing Blues. Golden Acrylics on 12″ x 12″ box canvas. I used a palette knife to get the texture on the dancing waves. Doesn’t need a frame $100.

I have been with WP for eight years! Time flies.


Revised “Clean Up Crew”

After a critique I revised my painting “Clean Up Crew”. It was suggested that the waves were weak on the right so I improved them. I redefined the sky and added more birds for more interest. I think the lighting is improved on the sky, land and water near the land. Although she will most likely never see my efforts I would hope it holds her interest for longer the a few seconds. Enjoy your weekend friends. Cheers Susan


“Where Old Boats Go”

Where do old boats really go? There are a few derelicts in every marina I am sure. Actually rather sad to see. Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on paper.