Daisy Fresh

“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

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.


“Spring Tulips”

Spring Tulips. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR Watercolor on Strathmore Vision paper. 9″ x 12″. Officially Spring begins around 3 p.m. today. These tulips are my homage to that momentous event. I hadn’t played with my watercolors for ages and it felt like I had become a tad rusty. I better find more time to practice. Unframed $30.


My Old Pond

My Old Pond. Artist Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 12″ x 12″ box canvas. My use of a palette knife gives this one a lot of texture. I felt like playing and it sure was fun.


The Turquoise Boat

I am pretty sure this is the smallest acrylic painting I have ever done. At 8 “× 8” it seems miniscule to me. But still I enjoyed painting. My inspiration was a photo found in Victoria magazine September 2018 issue. An idyllic setting or so it seems to me. Cheers Susan


Favourite Flowers

One of my favourite flowers are pink lily’s. Artist Susan Feniak. Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Fabriano paper. 8″×10″.


Hydrangea

“Hydrangea” Artist Susan Feniak. Koi watercolour on Fabriano paper. Pixma ink and white Jellyroll. 8″×10″. Who doesn’t love a big beautiful hydrangea bloom?