New and SOLD

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.


High Five Fred

High Five Fred is wishing a Grandson a very happy birthday. Fred is watercolor and ink on Strathmore card stock. Artist Susan Feniak.


Arnie

Arnie is another one of my greeting cards available at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. The gallery is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Winter hours 10 a.m to 2 p.m. I will be there Saturday the 14th and the 21st this month. Arnie is on Strathmore 4″×6″ card stock. QoR watercolor and ink. And only $5.00. As are all my cards at the gallery.


A thank you

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.


Greeting Card

Another greeting card I have at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. My cards have been popular this summer. Fun and easy for me to do but not profitable. That’s okay because if you get one and you like it my contact info is on every card. If one were to ask I would say it’s good advertising. Besides I get to flex my imagination and create whatever that comes up with.


Noisy Nest Sold

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.


Draw a bird day August

August 8th and it’s draw a bird day. Why not give you two birds? The peacock is inspired from Charlie O’Shields Sketching Stuff Activity Book, Nature. I am enjoying that book. Thank you Charlie.