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″
When All The Leaves Are Gone, look at all you can see! Artist Susan Feniak. Original art using Golden acrylics on 20″×20″ box canvas.
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.
July 30th Let’s all go down to the misty wood today. I do hope there is nothing around the corner. Original art by Susan Feniak. Koi Water colour on Opus Finest paper.
“The Mossy Retreat” original art by Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 11″ x 14″ canvas panel. Last summer while taking a walk on one of my favourite trails I came across this little fellow. He scampered down the tree and scurried into and then out of this moss covered ruin of a tree. All the while he scolded me. I had intruded into his territory. I thought his home looked rather interesting so I have endeavored to duplicate it here. Of course he was rather cute too. Cheers! PEACE
original art by Susan Feniak acrylic on 9” x 12” paper framed
I was going to save this one for April’s Draw A Bird Day but decided to post it now. I can always paint another one right? These two brown pelicans sat in that palm tree keeping my husband company while I was off snorkeling at Silk Caye, Belize. There is a grand total of five palm trees on the wee atoll of Silk Caye, two picnic tables, an outhouse, a couple of barbecues and a lot of pelicans waiting and watching. There really isn’t much for a patient husband to do but wait and watch along with the pelicans. I truly enjoyed my snorkel adventure! My husband? Perhaps not so much.
original art by Susan Feniak acrylic on 20” x 24” canvas Here it is hot off the easel! My latest painting, from a photo I took late last summer along one of my favourite places to walk, Raven Trail, Salmon Arm, B.C. Canada. My home town. The trail meanders along the foreshore of Salmon Arm Bay. It is a nature preserve and bird sanctuary. Sights to behold whilst walking the trail are a beaver dam, and den, assorted wild life and wild fowl that include swans, grebes, geese, blue herons, and last summer a flock of white pelicans visited there. Hope you enjoy the view and get a sense of what a beautiful spot this is from my painting. Cheers, Susan