National Dolphin Day #doodlewashaday

April 14th I am celebrating National Dolphin Day! Why wouldn’t I?  This happy fellow could make even the grumpiest person smile.  They are one of the most endearing creatures and our world is better off because of them.  I couldn’t even tell you what other National Day this is.  As soon as I saw Dolphin I was done.

#doodlewashaday  original art by Susan Feniak  made with Gallery Mungyo Watercolor Crayons on my Opus Essentials sketchbook paper.

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27 Comments on “National Dolphin Day #doodlewashaday”

  1. Teri C says:

    Cutie! Love the composition too

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  2. Jodi says:

    what a beautiful happy dolphin!!!

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  3. Painting for Joy says:

    Loving this one too my dear!!👍🏻👌🏻💕

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  4. Oh Susan your Dolphin is so beautiful he is happy like you! Thank you so much for stopping by my Blog and for the Follow I appreciate it right now we are connected I follow you too! Have a wonderful day ❤

    Carolina

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  5. Yay!! Hehe… I am in LOVE with this one’ expression… so playful with a hint of mischief. Awesomely done, Susan! 😍

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  6. Aww, he’s a cutie! Dolphins are so smart and wonderful. I love that Douglas Adams made them a star in “So Long and Thanks for All the Fish.” 🙂

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  7. Jill Kuhn says:

    Love your happy dolphin! They are fun to watch! 🐬💕😃

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  8. How could I miss national dolphin day?! Your sketch ist great, looks like a happy dolphin far away from any trawlnet.

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  9. memadtwo says:

    He does have a great smile! And watching dolphins at the beach is really magical. (K)

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