“Where Old Boats Go”

Where do old boats really go? There are a few derelicts in every marina I am sure. Actually rather sad to see. Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on paper.

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“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.


“Bird Island”

Bird Island. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Colors on box canvas. Inspired by the two Islands near Guayabitos Mexico and a demonstration by Mike Barr in PleinAir magazine I painted “Bird Island”. My version. I don’t recall what the two Islands actual names were but there were birds a plenty. Enjoy the feel of Pacific breezes and hear the waves roll onto the beach. This painting is for sale at Three Buoys Marina on Riverside Ave in Sicamous.


“Boat Repairs”

Hello August! July was a creative month for me. There are a few leftovers of that creativity to share. Boat Repairs is one of several. Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolor and ink on Strathmore paper.


World Watercolor Month Day 17

“Dan’s Boats” Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolour and Ink on Fabriano paper. 11″×14″. I am sure there is a story to tell but whatever has happened it appears Dan’s Boats has fallen into disrepair or onto hard times. My imagination at work.


“Waiting At The Cannery”

Waiting At The Cannery. Artist Susan Feniak. Koi and Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Strathmore paper. West coast inspired. Framed, varnished and ready for a good home.


Pristine but not for long!

“Pristine but not for long!” Bright cheerful little boats. Cleaned and readied for the season. The question is how long can they stay pristine? Artist Susan Feniak. Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors on Fabriano cold press paper. 8″×10″