World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 9

Barry the brown bear

World Watercolor Month Day 9 and the prompt is “Fruit “. Barry the brown bear has discovered the wild berry patch. According to Barry it is the bestest fruit ever. Barry is on a Strathmore greeting card and is QoR watercolors and ink. I wonder how many of you will spot Barry’s little friend? Spreading smiles through art. Cheers Susan Feniak.

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 8

World Watercolor Month Day 8 prompt “Fall “. In my neck of the woods pumpkins and squash are symbolic of the season fall. It was these or something falling down. I chose the safer of the two. QoR watercolors and ink on Strathmore card stock. #susanseasel worldwatercolormonth.com #WorldWatercolorMonth

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 7

Just us girls.

World Watercolor Month 2020 day 7 prompt “Free”. Free range chickens of course. This is a watercolor and ink card. I used QoR Watercolors on Strathmore card stock. For more information and to get the prompts for World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there check out the goodies at the shop. All proceeds go to The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. Let’s get as many art supplies as possible to children. I bought my swag.

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 6

World Watercolor Month Day 6 prompt “Flow”. A waterfall flows over and around rocks. Believe it or not this is my first attempt at painting a waterfall. I might have to attempt another as this was an enjoyable experience. For more information about this month long celebration of Watercolor please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there check out the shop. All proceeds benefit The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. They provide children with art supplies.

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 5

World Watercolor Month Day 5 the prompt “Favorite color “. No need to say more. I used QoR Watercolors, water color pencil, salt and ink. The splattering was just added fun for me. To learn more about World Watercolor Month go to worldwatercolormonth.com Happy painting and happy Sunday.

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 3

World Watercolor Month day 3 and the prompt is Playful. I figured an Orca dancing in the waves seemed playful. To learn more about World Watercolor Month and to get the prompts visit worldwatercolormonth.com

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World Watercolor Month Day 2

World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 2 prompt “Texture”. Meet Camilla Camel. She thinks that she has lots of texture. Soft, fuzzy, frizzy, furry, prickly, lumpy, bumpy and yes humpy. (she thinks humpy is a word) Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors on Strathmore card stock. This year I am going to try and make a card everyday for this celebration of watercolors. To learn more about World Watercolor Month visit worldwatercolormonth.com

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My Art For Sale

Susan’s Art Display

My art display at Three Buoys has grown and changed. I hope if you are in Sicamous this summer that you have time to have a look. Thank you to Three Buoys Marina on Riverside Ave in Sicamous BC for giving me space to show and sale my art. This is the fourth summer they have provided that space. My art is all original. I do not make prints. Prices vary but are reasonable. Cheers Susan Feniak

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“High Water Sweepers”

High Water Sweepers

High Water Sweepers. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Acrylics on a 18″ x 24″ gallery canvas. Purely from my imagination this scene could easily be along the Eagle River. The river is situated in the Shuswap Lake area of British Columbia. Sweepers are a danger to all river traffic. In particular kayaker’s and stand up paddle boarders. A person can easily get entangled in the hidden snares and snags of branches and roots. Sweepers are prevalent particularly this time of year during run off season and high water levels. Or like on a rainy day like today. As for my painting I am hoping it leaves the viewer relaxed and the natural beauty of the surroundings enjoyed. Cheers Susan Feniak. This painting is framed and at Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous. Asking $275. Oh and I do hope you notice the wild roses are in bloom.

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Going gone…

Saturday was an exciting day! “When It’s Calm” and “Lifting Fog” went to new homes. Thank you to the new owners. It’s always reassuring and gratifying when someone likes what one creates enough to hang it on a wall in their home. I am appreciative of everyone’s continued support of my artistic endeavors. Again, thank you. Susan Feniak

FYI Lifting Fog had been previously damaged but I managed to repair it. The purchaser was dutifully informed. I am not in the habit of selling damaged goods.

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