I am enjoying painting lighthouses these days. This is number four in the series. So far. Artist Susan Feniak. Koi and Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Strathmore paper.
It has been brought to my attention that there is a bit of a problem at our party. A shortage of wine. I have been known to be a problem solver and the shortage may be due mainly because I wouldn’t share my wine last week. I have decided to make up for the shortfall by bringing a box of wine to our #DoodlewashDinner. It is National Wine Day, so why not? Lets celebrate! Problem solved right? Wait a minute, it would seem the red wine drinkers may have a complaint now. Oh dear.
My #DoodlewashDinner today was done as per usual on Opus Essentials Sketchbook with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache by me Susan Feniak I have tried not to infringe on any copyright or trademarks. I must say it is an excellent wine and very much enjoyed at this house. Even out of a box.
Thank you once again to Charlie O’Shields at doodlewash.wordpress.com for making this another fun month of doodlewashing.
Escargot! May 24th is set aside for snails. Of the eatable variety. Since I can not make myself eat them I have decided to bring to the table a rather idealistic version. If they smile at you can you eat them? Being a gardener you would think I would despise these guys. I have been known to toss them over the fence to be rid of them but eat them? Not.
I have been absent of late. Work has called me away from the table. This #DoodlewashDinner is done on Opus Essentials Sketchbook with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache and Gallery Mungyo Watercolor Crayons by Susan Feniak
Today I am bringing to the table my favourite bottle of wine. And my biggest glass. So be careful there may not be enough to go around! I do share but within reason!! Because I am not sure if I should post name brands I will keep myself out of trouble by hinting at its name with the design of the label. That being said I am sure they wouldn’t mind a little free advertising. It is a delicious wine with a citrus flavour that only New Zealand can provide. Cheers! Susan
This #DoodlewashDinner is done on Opus Essentials Sketchbook paper with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache and Gallery Mungyo Watercolor crayons by Susan Feniak
Charlie O’Shields has invited us all to dinner this month to see what its all about you can visit him at doodlewash.wordpress.com So far there is a wide and varied selection of goodies to tickle our taste buds and get our mouths salivating.
May 16 Is barbecue day and as it so happens our house guest has asked for barbecue. Lucky coincidence I should say!! We are happy to oblige with a barbecued home made beef patty with lettuce, cheese, tomato and a beauty of a pickle served up on a big gooey bun. Looks good enough to eat.
#DoodlewashDinner on Opus Essentials Sketchbook with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache watercolor crayons by Susan Feniak
#DoodlewashDinner is Charlie O’Shields brain child. You can visit him at doodlewash.wordpress.com It is fun sketching and painting food but I must say it makes me hungry!!
After a couple of days of polishing, waxing and cleaning our boat I am home. But at least the boat is ready for the boating season!! Yay!! Work has gotten in the way of fun stuff today so, only time for a the quickest of the quickest doodlewashes, a Rootbeer float.
#DoodlewashDinner on Opus Essentials Sketchbook with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache by Susan Feniak
Lemons! I finally remembered we needed some lemons for our party! They will go well with that shrimp and of course the ground salmon wrapped with fillets of sole. I would like some lemon in my water and the beer that came with pizza night. Yummy!! Has anyone brought ice tea yet? Or lemonade?
#DoodlewashDinner is a project inspired by Charlie O’Shields over at doolewash.wordpress.com A month long party of food, he couldn’t go wrong! My lemons were done on Opus Essentials Sketchbook paper with Neocolor II Caran D’Ache
Original art by Susan Feniak