“Tropical Daze” is framed and ready to hang in someone’s home. I have included a couple of photos of my process for you. Palette knife painting is different from my usual brush work. I do enjoy playing with a palette knife. It’s very different and makes for a lot of texture. I also used cheesecloth and when I used a brush it was loosely, almost carefree. The scene reminds me of a tropical getaway. Something I didn’t get to enjoy this winter. Maybe next year? In the meantime dreaming and remaining hopeful will suffice. Cheers Susan
Artist Susan Feniak Acrylic on 20″ x 20″ gallery canvas. Asking $200 plus shipping.
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Happy New Year! Wishing you all a happy, healthy and creative 2021. Let’s be positive.
This is a “selfie” of me. I don’t like getting my photo taken nor do I do selphies well. They are something I will rarely share.
The other photo is my “Top Nine” posts on Instagram in 2020. Not my choices but Instagram’s. Interesting and somewhat surprising. I was happy to see my personal favorite “Shine On” a.k.a. Trudy Tortuga made the list. Amazed my watercolors and ink were as popular as they are. Go figure.
Moving on to new projects and I am hopeful the year ahead will be better. Surely being positive will see us through. Cheers Susan
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.
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I read in our local paper this weekend about the White Heart Project. The Shuswap Hospital Foundation requested that we show our support of health care workers by hanging a white heart on our doors. I decided to participate. Since our white heart would hang on a door that very few will see I am going to hang it in a window. I doubt it matters where one hangs their white heart as long as one shows how thankful they are to all the Doctors, nurses, caregivers and support staff that are working endlessly to keep as many as possible safe and well. Thank you. Two words that seem like such a small gesture of support. Perhaps if everyone participated all the health care workers would feel our gratitude and support. Hang a White Heart on your door or in your window and give thanks for being as fortunate as we are. The White Heart is a symbol of HOPE. We are lost without hope. Take care everyone. Hugs and hope Susan Feniak