#WorldWatercolorMonth July 17 “Red Bike”

IMG_20160717_122527#WorldWatercolorMonth July 17 “Red Bike”  A flash back to a favored bike.  As a child I was treated to a brand new bike of my very own, once.  It was a beauty.  I loved that bike.  A very quick sketch while taking a break from work this day.  Hope you are having a lovely Sunday.  PEACE

#WorldWatercolorMonth  original art by Susan Feniak  Holbein Artists’ Water Color and Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen fine black on Canson Mix Media paper.

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22 Comments on “#WorldWatercolorMonth July 17 “Red Bike””

  1. This is so good, it has oodles of nostalgia, in a whimsical way…..I like that all important basket on your first bike, mine had a bag attached to the back, it was called bianca and it was purple, also my first ever brand new bike…..did yours have a name?

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  2. Painting for Joy says:

    Oh this is sooo cute Susan. It’s sweet and light and not wonky!! It would make a delightful greeting card or poster. Have a fabulous week!!

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  3. memadtwo says:

    Bicycles are so difficult to draw, but this is great. (K)

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  4. Jodi says:

    Such a lovely drawing and watercolor. Brings back memories of bikes with baskets and childhood summers 🙂

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  5. Teri C says:

    Sweet memory. Brought a memory of my blue bike. I rode everywhere on it. Back in the day when it was safe to do that.

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  6. violetski says:

    Lovely bike and great painting dear Susan! Bikes are hard to draw but you did a great work❤️
    xxx

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  7. awww what a beautiful bike and great memory! Love this! Bikes are hard to draw and you did this wonderfully!

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  8. Nice work, Susan!!! Well done

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  9. Tom Merriman says:

    Nice, Susan! I’ve always had the belief that bicycles are difficult to draw, but you’ve made it look easy. I shall have to conquer my fear now! Good memories.

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