New and SOLD

My first version of this painting was much smaller. Approximately 3″ x 5″. Someone asked me if I could make it a bigger size. So that is what I did. At 14″ x 18″ it is one of the biggest watercolor and ink paintings that I have done. QoR watercolor and ink on Arches paper. Artist Susan Feniak.


Has my art been discovered?

Has my art been discovered? I ask this question because in the last two days eight of my paintings have SOLD. I am beyond thrilled my art is finding forever homes. I am grateful and thankful to the ladies that spent the time to search my website, ask me questions, select the pieces they like best and then make their purchases. The process is time consuming. One can only hope rewarding for all concerned. Now it is up to me to make sure the same ladies are happy with their purchases and that my art gets to it’s new homes in one piece. Thank you.


Two more SOLD

SOLD! Daisy Fresh and My Old Pond are both on their way to Medicine Hat AB. Thank you to the new owner. I hope the paintings give a lot of pleasure in the years to come. As always I am very pleased to have my art hanging in another home. Cheers Susan


Day 12 World Watercolor Month

Day 12 World Watercolor Month. The prompt today was Blossoming. I would say this pot of plants and flowers is blossoming. Happy Friday!


Daisy Fresh

SOLD “Daisy Fresh”. I was inspired by an article in June 2019 Watercolor Artist magazine “A Meditation in Light”. This is my acrylic spin on a watercolor of daisies in that article. Replication of a watercolor painting with acrylic is easier said then done. Or so it seemed to me. I am pleased with my result. Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 16″ × 20″ box canvas. Painted on all sides. No frame needed. $175


Revised

SOLD I revised this painting awhile back. Then forgot to show it off. Sometime this summer it will be in an art show and sale in Sicamous. I will be sure to let everyone know when that happens. Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 12″ x 12″ box canvas.


Sea Holly

I call this plant Sea Holly. I know it has a Latin name and there are several species. It reminds me of thistles that I have painted on several occasions. I love all the pointy jagged bits. Fun to paint and that is the main part of my adventures in art. Artist Susan Feniak. Daniel Smith watercolor and ink on 9″ x 12″ Strathmore Vision paper.