Kingfisher

“Kingfisher” Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on paper. I was happy to spot a pair of Kingfishers near our boat this weekend. They were busily doing what they do best, fishing. They sit and watch the water then of a sudden will dive beak first into the water. Usually loners like our neighborhood heron a pair seemed like a bonus. Next I will have to attempt painting the local raptor an Osprey.

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Heron Gathering

Heron Gathering Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on Strathmore paper. I don’t recall ever seeing a gathering of Great Blue Herons. The ones we see are loners. One has to assume they gather somewhere and sometime or there wouldn’t be anymore blue herons. Thinking out loud. Have a good week everyone.


“Clean Up Crew”

Clean Up Crew. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Colors on box canvas. 24″×24″. As always I am inspired by the ocean, water or seaside. I recall many scenes like this while living on the west coast.


More World Watercolor Month

World Watercolor Month continues along with my lack of internet while on our houseboat. Here is another sampling of what I have been creating for the month. So far I haven’t missed a day. Cheers Susan.


World Watercolor Month Days 5 and 6

World Watercolor Month Days 5 and 6. Sandpiper Party and Seashore Finds. Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on paper.


Flamingo Love

Flamingo Love. Or Mother love? Did you know baby flamingos are white? Artist Susan Feniak. Windsor Newton Cotman Watercolors on Strathmore paper. I have time for art most days. Yay! I just don’t have internet or time to post what I create. Fall will most likely be catch up time for me. Especially here on WP.


Sicamous Art Walk

These two paintings of mine are now at the lovely store “Explore Decor” here in Sicamous. Thank you to Diane the owner of Explore Decor for taking part in the annual Sicamous Art Walk and making space for my art. Artist Susan Feniak. Both paintings are watercolors on paper, varnished, framed and waiting for a new home.