“The Red Swing”

As a child I spent many a happy hour on my red swing. What a day dreamer I was! Artist Susan Feniak.  Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Canson Paper. 9″×12″

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At The Shore 

I wasn’t happy with the original version of this painting so yesterday I spent some time adding more depth and interest.  You know, make it sing. I think it made a difference. Cheers.


Another SOLD!

Am I on some kind of cloud dreaming? Another painting of mine just SOLD at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. “The Stand”. I am beyond thrilled!  Thank you to the new owners and thank you to the gallery. Diligence and patience eventually pay off.


“Red White and Blue ” #WorldWatercolorMonth 

July 4th. A busy work day for me after our Canadian 150th celebrations and art show. This one isn’t really red white and blue but close enough. Original art by Susan Feniak. Koi Watercolors on Opus Finest paper 


SOLD

 

I am thrilled and beyond excited to say that two of my paintings have SOLD at the 38th Annual Summer Arts and Crafts Show being held at the Red Barn in Sicamous this weekend.  The show isn’t over yet.  It is open until Tuesday at 6 p.m. so it isn’t too late to go check out all the beautiful art.  My thanks go out to all the folks of the Eagle Valley Brush and Palette Club who have spent many hours working, baking and volunteering at the show.


Finally!

20170305_153512Finally! Some time for art.  “Jade Shell” original art by Susan Feniak.  Holdbien Water Colours on Canson Water Colour paper.  I got this shell while visiting Key West and thought it worthy of a portrait.  Hope you all had a marvelous weekend.  Cheers, Susan


“Yellow Pansy”

20170123_121102“Yellow Pansy” Original art by Susan Feniak.  Acrylic on 18″ x 18″ box canvas.  A lot of texturing, splattering and generally good old messy fun ensued while creating this ray of sunshine on a January day.  It has been awhile since I painted anything.  It has also been awhile since I visited you my WordPress friends.   I do hope everyone is having a good winter.  Cheers, Susan