“Hamish”

Hamish

“Hamish”. SOLD! Thank you to the new owner. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and ink on Fabriano 9.5 ” x 12.5 ” paper. Young Hamish has been caught in the flower patch. I was inspired to create Hamish by a greeting card I received, Wrendale Designs by Hannah Dale. I hope you like Hamish. You can now purchase some of my art at PacificArtsMarket.ca #pacific_arts_market on line store. Hamish isn’t framed yet and can be bought for $75.

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 20

Wiggles

World Watercolor Month Day 20 prompt “Wiggle”. Meet Wiggles the puppy. His entire body wiggles when he wags his tail. He can’t help it. He is very excited to see you. Artist Susan Feniak. Wiggles is QoR watercolors and Pixma Micron ink on Strathmore card stock. To learn more about World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there check out the shop. All proceeds benefit The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. Thank you. #worldwatercolormonth #susanseasel

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World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 18

Allan Alpaca

World Watercolor Month Day 18 prompt “Soft “. Allan Alpaca thinks his wooly coat is very soft and that it is a perfect fit for today’s prompt. Allan also thinks that if he shares his wooly coat it will make beautiful sweaters and coats to keep you warm. Come winter I hope Allan shares his soft wooly coat! To learn more about World Watercolor Month please visit worldwatercolormonth.com While there please visit the shop and support The Dreaming Zebra Foundation. Thank you.

To contact Susan please email sfeniakart@gmail.com Spam or scam emails get deleted.


World Watercolor Month Day 2

World Watercolor Month 2020 Day 2 prompt “Texture”. Meet Camilla Camel. She thinks that she has lots of texture. Soft, fuzzy, frizzy, furry, prickly, lumpy, bumpy and yes humpy. (she thinks humpy is a word) Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors on Strathmore card stock. This year I am going to try and make a card everyday for this celebration of watercolors. To learn more about World Watercolor Month visit worldwatercolormonth.com

To contact Susan please email sfeniakart@gmail.com


“Albert”

Meet Albert. He is one of many cards I have made these past two days while hosting at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. There have been visitors which is a good thing. It’s nice to meet so many people from so many different places. Now it’s time sale one of my paintings. Wouldn’t that be nice?


Happy Elephant

SOLD Another one of my cards ready for the summer art show and sell season. Everyone of my cards are original, one of a kind, watercolor and ink, on Strathmore card stock. The buyer can send them or frame them. Sometimes a hard choice. I haven’t been able to part with several. For instance Henry the dog is staying in my home. Along with a flamingo or two. Hope you like this happy young elephant.


“Henry”

Yesterday I busied myself making cards for some upcoming summer art shows. Henry is one of those cards. Henry seems a bit worried. I wonder what he has been up to? It seems a shame to part with Henry. I might just have to keep him or share him with someone special. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on Strathmore card stock.


“Shaggy Beast”

Another sketch book filled by this shaggy beast. I had fun creating this stylised highland cow. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on Opus Finest Paper.


“Who’s There?”

Done, finished, complete. And I am happy with the end result. Anyone that knows me would also know I wouldn’t be happy until I finished this one. Cheers Susan.


In progress…

In progress. Perhaps I have been influenced by all the paintings of Fox’s I have seen of late or maybe I wanted to try something different. I am not sure. But whatever the inspiration may be here is my latest watercolor piece still in progress. I rarely post a painting until I consider it done. Maybe just maybe I am happy with this one thus far.