Two Days Left

There are only two days left to purchase one of my paintings at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. The gallery will be closing for the season on September 15th. Cheers Susan Feniak.

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Lighthouse #4

I am enjoying painting lighthouses these days. This is number four in the series. So far. Artist Susan Feniak. Koi and Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Strathmore paper.


“Lifting Fog”

Lifting Fog. Artist Susan Feniak. Windsor Newton Cotman and Koi watercolour on Strathmore paper. Gouache and Pixma Micron ink. Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous will be featuring my art during the summer. This painting is one of several paintings that will be available there. Varnished and framed. Cheers Susan


Rocky Shore 2

Rocky Shore 2 or Rocky Point. I had so much fun with my first version I decided to do a frame-able one. I do need to have some art ready to take to Three Buoys marina. Once again they have been kind enough to offer me space to sale and show my art this summer. Artist Susan Feniak. Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors and QoR watercolor on Fabriano cold press paper. Gouache and Pixma Micron ink.8″×10″


Rocky Shore

Rocky Shore. Artist Susan Feniak. Koi and Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Opus Finest Paper. A slow day at the gallery last week gave me time to create two pieces of art. This is the second one. It’s inspiration is from (if I remember correctly) an insurance add in a magazine I saw awhile ago. Give credit where credit is due. Happy Monday! SOLD


“The Headland’s”

The Headland’s. Artist Susan Feniak. QOR watercolour on Canson paper. I must admit to being happy with this one. Cheers Susan


Race Rocks Lighthouse

Original art by Susan Feniak.  Holbein Water Colors, Derwent Water Color Pencils, Pigma Ink on Opus Essentials Sketch Book.  Several weeks ago a close friend gave me a funky frame that screamed driftwood and beach to me.  I had to come up with an idea that was all about the ocean or beach.  Ergo a lighthouse painting.  A first for me.  But from the kelp beds in the foreground, the Seals sunning on the rocks along with the plethora of Cormorants I love this scene.  Anyone that knows the west coast of British Columbia knows this lighthouse.  I hope I have captured it.  There was special attention paid to the clouds but again getting a good photo of one of my paintings has stymied me.  Paintings behind glass harder yet!!  Hope you like it!

Cheers, Susan Feniak

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