A prize for someone I know loves daffodils. My back ordered cadmium yellow QOR water colour arrived today. Perfect!! A tad rushed for time today. Thank goodness we finally had time on our boat this past weekend. That was very much needed. Original art by Susan Feniak. QOR water colour on Fabriano hot press 8″×10″ paper.
The Blue Vase Original art by Susan Feniak. Golden Acrylic on 20″×20″ canvas. It was time for me to do something different. Hope you like it. Cheers, Susan
“Daffodils” April 28th. Beautiful bright and cheery harbinger of spring. A little bit of sunshine. Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Fabriano hot press paper. 8″×10″.
“The Blue Bike” original art by Susan Feniak. Lately I have been surrounded by people I refer to as “me” people. Self centered self serving folks that do not realize there is a consequence for their actions. So today it was important to escape to my happy place. You know get into the zone. This painting is the end result. Have you ever stepped back from what you have been busily creating and known you have “done good”? It’s a giddy feel good thing. I haven’t had that feeling for awhile but today I know I “done good”. See me smile? PEACE
FOR THE BEAUTY OF IT
Golden Acrylics on 18″×18″ box canvas.
Today I got some new toys in the mail from my favourite art store Opus. Of course I had to play! I did the entire painting with the new brush a, Limited Edition Opus Allegro size 24. FUN!! Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Canson Aquarelle 11″×15″ cold press paper. #WorldWatercolorGroup
“Three Colours” Taking a cue from a fellow blogger, Jodi, Creative Life in Between, I used only three colors to create this painting. Ultramarine Blue, Cadmium Red, and Cadmium Yellow. Wow, going back to the basics was FUN! Original art by Susan Feniak. On Canson Aquarelle 9″×12″ paper.
“Pansy Chain” Original art by Susan Feniak. Experimenting and imagining….
Imagine if you will, a warm sunny day, a picnic basket, a blanket spread on the green grass and the time to do the more pleasurable things in life like make a flower chain. Can you smell that green grass? Hear the birds sing? Told you I was imagining. The experimenting? Well this painting sat on my easel for an age. I started it, left it, tweaked it, left it and then I decided to experiment. I had fun playing with different materials that included spray on glue and tissue paper. Now you can imagine what kind of mess I got myself into. But no worries, its all about the fun!!
Mix media and Acrylic on 24″ x 24″ box canvas.