World Watercolor Month Day 31 prompt “Do Over”. Here we are at the final day of a month long celebration of Watercolor and creativity. It has been a busy but fruitful month for me. I hope you enjoyed the journey. Instead of a “do over” I am sharing a smattering of what I create over the rest of the year using watercolors and ink. A shout out and big thank you to Charlie O’Shields at doodlewash.com for everything he does for art, artists and watercolor lovers the world over. World Watercolor Month is his brain child. To learn more about World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com Thank you.
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World Watercolor Month Day 21 prompt “Organic”. Echinacea or Purple Cone Flower known for its medicinal purposes. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. To learn more about World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there please check out the shop. All proceeds benefit The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. Let’s get as many art supplies as possible to children. Thank you.
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World Watercolor Month Day 19 prompt “Favorite Scent”. There are too many to choose one. I like everything from Mock Orange blossoms to tea roses. The smell of the ocean to freshly turned earth. Although the scent of a Stargazer Lily gets right up my husband’s nose I would have to say their perfume is a favorite of mine. Here is my take on a Stargazer Lily. This card is QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. To learn more about World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there remember to check out the shop. All proceeds benefit The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. Thank you.
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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.
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 19 SOLD World Watercolor Month and the prompt Splashes of Color was nothing but fun for this colour loving gal. The splashing part was even more enjoyable. Considering me and my usual style this is a loosely done painting.
The prompt for day two of WorldWatercolorMonth “Sunny Skies” made me think of sunflowers pointing themselves toward the sun. Don’t ask me why. It just did. To get your prompts and more information about WorldWatercolorMonth2019 click on or go to worldwatercolormonth. com
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
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.