World Watercolor Month Day 25

#WorldWatercolorMonth Day 25 prompt “Lost”. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″. This trio seem to think their Mama is lost. I decided to do a little something different for their surroundings. Hope you like it.

It’s still smokey from all the wildfires here. Including the one less then a mile from us. Color is welcome. Happy Sunday.


Still on show…

My painting “Overseer” is still available at the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) Curated online Show July and August. To see the show please visit http://www.artists.ca or http://www.federationgallery.com

Cheers Susan Feniak


World Watercolor Month Day 12

#WorldWatercolorMonth Day 12 prompt “Ripple”. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″.


World Watercolor Month Day 5

World Watercolor Month Day 5 prompt “Milestone”. SOLD Every birthday should be celebrated like it’s a milestone! Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″.


Thrilled!

I am thrilled to say that three of my paintings were juried into The Federation of Canadian Artists Curated online Show July and August. This is a big step in the right direction for me. I entered my work some time ago and by the time I learned that all three had been accepted Waves Brilliant Dance had sold. Ergo I had to withdraw that painting. Overseer and Tulip Glow are still available for sale in show. To see the online show try http://www.artists.ca or http://www.federationgallery.com I have a link on my Facebook page as well.

Cheers Susan Feniak


The Red Barn Arts Center annual show

It’s almost time for the annual arts and crafts sale at The Red Barn Arts Center in Sicamous BC. I will have four paintings in the show this year along with several of my “one of a kind” hand painted greeting cards. If you are anywhere near Sicamous June 29th thru July 4th, please take the time to pop by and have a look. It’s well worth your time and effort. It is your chance to purchase from and support the many very talented artists and artisans of the Shuswap area. Cheers Susan Feniak

If you are interested in my art please email me at sfeniakart@gmail.com


One framed and one named…

One framed: Once again I called upon my friend to make a frame. My painting “Quietude” needed one of her rustic board frames. I think she did a great job. Many thanks and some wine was involved. THIS PAINTING IS SOLD!

One named: I let my husband make the final decision and he chose “Center Stage” for my latest painting. There were only three votes made and I couldn’t make up my mind. This water lily was inspired by our pond that we used to have. And if I must give more credit I will have to say that an article in the magazine Watercolor Artist, summer 2021 also inspired me to revisit painting a water lily. It’s been awhile. Center Stage is my loosely based acrylic version of a watercolor painting in the article about the artist Brent Funderburk. His work is beautiful.

Cheers Susan Feniak

If you are interested in my art please email sfeniakart@gmail.com Thank you.


“Center Stage” or “Pond Gem” ?

“Center Stage” or “Pond Gem”? My latest painting is finished and drying on my easel. As yet I haven’t decided on a title. Although I know the focal point of a painting really shouldn’t be dead center, somehow this water lily seemed to deserve center stage. I haven’t painted a water lily in a very long time. I hope you like it. Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 16″ x 16″ gallery canvas.

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Daisy in the Daisies

“Daisy in the Daisies” Just look at that expression and those eye lashes! Some girls have all the luck! Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and ink on Fabriano paper. Approximately 8″ x 10″.

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“Lovey”

Meet “Lovey”. From the moment I started drawing this dog I knew his name would be Lovey. In my imagination he is an oldster with kind and knowing eyes. He also has a constant smile. If you haven’t guessed yet, Lovey got his name from the heart on his forehead. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and ink on Fabriano paper.

If you are interested in my art please email sfeniakart@gmail.com