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.
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.
Noisy Nest went to a new home earlier this month. I lent it to a friend several months ago to hang in her home for awhile. My friend sold it. This tells me that perhaps I should lend out more of my paintings to friends to hang in their homes. They just might sale them for me. Thank you to my friend and thank you to the new owner of Noisy Nest. I am assured the owner loves it. Bonus.
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
Here is some of my art on display and for sale at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. The gallery is at The Red Barn on Riverside Ave. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you want to meet me I host almost every Sunday. Hope to see you there. Cheers Susan Feniak
Day 30 World Watercolor Month. The prompt Wild Things. Recently we got our cute quotient when mama mallard brought her seven wee fuzzy babes for a visit. How something that tiny can survive in the wild amazes. Especially when mama is trying to raise them in a very busy section of Shuswap Lake. The perils are numerous.