It’s official my first painting of 2020 has a name. High And Dry. Between my Instagram, Facebook and WP site there was a tied vote. I ended up asking my husband which name he preferred Skiff’s at Low Tide or High and Dry. Thank you to all that took the time to cast their vote.
My first painting of 2020. As yet untitled. Perhaps you can help me name it. Which one do you like “Skiffs at Low Tide” or “High and Dry”? I am keeping this one for now. A birthday present for me by me. Spending time at my easel certainly helps me forget all the goings on in this world of ours. Everyone should try it! Spreading a little positivity and happiness with art. Cheers Susan Feniak Acrylic on 18″ x 24″ x 1.5″ thick canvas. susanfeniakart.com
SOLD Dingy Round Up. My latest acrylic painting. What do you think? Knowing boaters like I do if I came across this scene I would know there is a party near by. Of course I would join in. Golden acrylics on 20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ thick canvas painted on all sides. $250
Thank you Rob “Ziggy”. Thank you for purchasing my painting “Dan’s Boats”. I hope it looks good hanging in your home. Thank you for making the 2019 boating season at Three Buoys fun and for all your hard work. Carey and I appreciate all that you do. Cheers
This painting “Rob’s Boats” is my way of saying thank you to Rob at Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous. He has provided space for me to show my art in their office/store for the past three summers. As an artist I appreciate any opportunity given me to share my art. It’s all I want. Share my art and hope someone will like it and enjoy it. Rob likes my painting “Dan’s Boats” so this one is similar to it.
Hanging Around is more about reflections and the Blue Heron then anything else. A busy weekend working on assorted projects aboard our boat but I still managed to sneak in art time. Thankful for a thoughtful husband who let’s me be me. Which is hang around messing about with my watercolors, brushes and papers. Hope you had a lovely weekend too.
SOLD I revised my painting “Tomorrow Is Another Day”. I added more shading on the boats facing away from the sun and added more sun light reflecting in other areas. Hopefully these touches are sufficient to show what I was trying to achieve. Boats sitting calmly under a cloudy sky, surrounded by the glow of a setting sun. My art is available for sale. Tomorrow Is Another Day does not need a frame. $300 plus shipping and handling.