“Sailboat” #WorldWatercolorGroup

img_20160906_082700“Sailboat”  #WorldWatercolorGroup   The prompt for today September 6, Sailboat.  I love seeing a sailboat with their colorful spinnaker unfurled.  Running before the wind. My phone camera did not like this painting so here is the best photo of the lot.  Cheers!  PEACE

“Sailboat” original art by Susan Feniak  Holdbein Artists Water Color on Strathmore 140lb cold press paper.

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23 Comments on ““Sailboat” #WorldWatercolorGroup”

  1. This is one of my favorites of yours Susan! Well done! ~Rita

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  2. violet says:

    So beautiful!
    Love the movement in this sketch, sailing ,waves, birds flying…. Really great also lovely color composition dear Susan❤️

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  3. Nice!! Love this! The color of the sail is beautiful!! 😃

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  4. Your cell phone may not have liked it, but you and watercolor brushes and paint sure did! I love the water and vibrant sails.

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  5. Teri C says:

    I love this. You have totally captured the whole sailing experience.

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  6. memadtwo says:

    Great motion. (K)

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  7. Snehal Kank says:

    Loved the composition Susan 💜Birds too 🙂 🙂

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  8. Jodi says:

    great job! I keep wanting to do sailboats and the sea, but haven’t got to anything seriously yet.

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  9. I like how you’ve done the sea. Really interesting

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  10. Painting for Joy says:

    It’s beautiful Susan. I love sailboats too! 👍🏻

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  11. Your sketch looks very dynamic and full of action, beautiful!

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