“Beauty of Friendship”Posted: May 31, 2020 Filed under: #WorldWatercolorGroup, Art for Sale, beach, Canadian Artist, Fabriano paper, hope, Opus Art Supplies, QoR watercolor, Seaside, Shuswap Artist, Susan Feniak art, Susan Feniak Originals, Susan Feniak water color and ink, Uncategorized, water color and ink | Tags: #shuswapartist, #WorldWatercolorGroup, Art for Sale, beach, Canadian Artist, Fabriano papers, For the joy of it, friends, friendship, gouache, hope, Opus Art Supplies, painting of a beach, QoR watercolor, Seaside, self taught artist, Shuswap Artist, sunsets, Susan Feniak art, Susan Feniak Original Art, Susan Feniak watercolor and ink, Susan Feniak watercolors, water colour paintings 4 Comments
The beauty of friendship is endless. Good friends are sometimes hard to come by. I have been fortunate to have very good friends in my life. Long time and new they accept me for who I am.
Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on 11″ x 14″ Fabriano paper.
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A White HeartPosted: April 14, 2020 Filed under: Canadian Artist, Golden Acrylics, hope, Shuswap Artist, Shuswap Hospital Foundation, Shuswap Lake, support your health care workers, Susan Feniak Originals, thankful, Uncategorized, White Heart Project | Tags: #shuswapartist, grateful, hope, Shuswap Hospital Foundation, Shuswap Lake, support health care workers, Susan Feniak Original Art, thankful, White Heart Project Leave a comment
I read in our local paper this weekend about the White Heart Project. The Shuswap Hospital Foundation requested that we show our support of health care workers by hanging a white heart on our doors. I decided to participate. Since our white heart would hang on a door that very few will see I am going to hang it in a window. I doubt it matters where one hangs their white heart as long as one shows how thankful they are to all the Doctors, nurses, caregivers and support staff that are working endlessly to keep as many as possible safe and well. Thank you. Two words that seem like such a small gesture of support. Perhaps if everyone participated all the health care workers would feel our gratitude and support. Hang a White Heart on your door or in your window and give thanks for being as fortunate as we are. The White Heart is a symbol of HOPE. We are lost without hope. Take care everyone. Hugs and hope Susan Feniak