“Fond Memory” original art by Susan Feniak. Golden Acrylics on Canson Montval Acrylic 140lb cold press paper. A fond memory from several years ago. An experiment with acrylics on paper if you will. Just having myself some fun. Cheers. PEACE
“The Proposal” original art by Susan Feniak. Acrylic on box canvas. This was a commissioned piece I did earlier this summer. Ordered as a wedding gift by a lady I have never met. I have thanked her profusely for her support. I hope the wedding has taken place and that it is now safe for me to share this. Otherwise the gift will now longer be a surprise! Have a beautiful art filled Monday. Cheers! PEACE
Original art by Susan Feniak. Acrylic on 20” x 20” box canvas. A new biggish painting! Yay! This one has been on my easel for awhile. Time? What is that? Believe it or not this one is going to stay at our house and hang in a nautical theme bathroom. It is a painting of our boat so who else would want it anyway? Right?
Happy Fathers Day!!
Another scene from the aft deck of our boat. Another weekend spent. This time I share with you a glimpse of our dingy and a look over at the funkiest little angular houseboat you have ever seen. A challenge to draw. Why not?
Koi watercolours on Moleskine original art by Susan Feniak
Another weekend of boating enjoyed. While hubby naps I get time for art. Here I have sketched our girl (ours is the black and white one) and one of the boats tied up across from us at the marina. Lots of challenging angles and curves to tackle not to mention perspective. Hope you are enjoying your weekend. Cheers Susan
original art by Susan Feniak watercolours on paper
Hi, Just back from another soggy boating weekend. That being said it was a lovely relaxing and away from work kind of weekend. I even took time for some quick sketches. The following are scenes from our aft deck. Hope your weekend has been dryer then ours.
The sketches were done with my travel watercolours on my small moleskin. Cheers, Susan
Our girl is calling us away! Its our weekend and after weeks of family obligations we need to escape. Pardon me while I take time out. Do you blame me? See you in a couple of days my friends. Cheers, Susan p.s. If I disappear for a few days over the next several months you will know where I am.