Day 14 World Watercolor Month

Day 14 World Watercolor Month. Today’s prompt Furry Thing. Why not a dancing doggy? His balloon and friend wriggles the worm wished someone I know a happy birthday.


Day 9 World Watercolor Month

Day 9 World Watercolor Month and the prompt is Shadow Play. Tilda the pup looks a tad bewildered by her shadow. No doubt she will soon be pouncing on it and chasing it about. I am waiting to watch Tilda play with her shadow. Maybe her tail will be next?


Happy Elephant

Another one of my cards ready for the summer art show and sell season. Everyone of my cards are original, one of a kind, watercolor and ink, on Strathmore card stock. The buyer can send them or frame them. Sometimes a hard choice. I haven’t been able to part with several. For instance Henry the dog is staying in my home. Along with a flamingo or two. Hope you like this happy young elephant.


Sea dog

Yesterday I busied myself making cards to display and hopefully sale this summer at Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous. Sea dog is one of them. At our marina dogs and boats belong together. Fondly referred to as boater dogs. That being said this fella should be called lake dog. Lake or sea the water is the place to be for me. Boating season begins this weekend. Hooray!


HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! Have a wonderful day. It’s a beautiful sunny day where I live. Perfect day to be outside pottering in the garden, walking, maybe enjoying a picnic. However you celebrate this day, enjoy.


“Sam”

Sam looks like he is a youngster just waiting for someone to play with him. I bet he is full of energy. Maybe when he grows up he will make an awesome sheep dog. I do enjoy my dog creations. Happy Wednesday everyone. QoR watercolor and ink on a Hahnemuhle postcard.


Trouble?

Trouble? It’s no secret I love dogs. Apparently I also enjoy painting them. Creating their individuality and personality is fun. Their facial expressions and giving them that look of unquestioning adoration seems to come easily to me. Easier perhaps then capturing their human counterparts with brush and watercolour. I hope these three make you smile. Who wouldn’t smile it’s the first of May.

Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on 5.5″ x 8.5″ Fabriano paper.