“Wooden” That is the prompt for May 16th. This is a little wooden table that sits in our living room. Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein and QOR water colour on Strathmore Paper.
#WorldWatercolorGroup Further to my post this morning…. I practiced painting more babies again this afternoon. I am getting there. Told you I am determined.
It’s official I am going to love my new QOR water colors. Made by Golden. I bought 6 basic colors. The cadmium Yellow is on back order. Because there was an awesome sale on at Opus, I also received 3 free tubes. You can see the results in my first quick painting using only the magenta, Chinese white, oxide green and nickel azo yellow. I will be sharing more…. Original art by Susan Feniak. QOR water color on Canson Aquarelle paper. I am saving the new hot press Arches for special paintings. #worldwatercolorgroup
“Limes” April 29th and when I read the prompt was limes today my brain instantly clicked to a “Mojito”! I think I will enjoy this later today and pretend I am sitting on a nice sandy beach. Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Strathmore cold press paper. 4″×6″
“Herbs” April 26th and today I have done a very quick sketch of Rosemary. Rosemary is part of several favourite recipes of mine so now I know what I will make for supper tonight. Grilled Rosemary, Lemon and Garlic Chicken. Yum. Oh wait minute, it’s raining again…..nix the grilled part. Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Strathmore cold press paper. 6″×6″ #worldwatercolorgroup
April 25th and the #WorldWatercolorGroup prompt for today is radishes. A garden standard easily grown and a sure sign of springs arrival. A quick sketch for you. Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Strathmore cold press paper. 4″×6″
The prompt for April 20th is “Bicycle “. Since I just did an acrylic painting of “The Blue Bike”, (which by the way was a bike I once had) I decided that I would do a very quick sketch of a red trike pretty tassels and all that I had as a wee girl. Being the youngest of three getting a new bike was special. Usually everything was a ” hand- me-down”. As a youngster I was always outside. Rain or shine. Any bike or trike I got was literally ridden into the ground. Worn out. I went threw more shoes and flip flops then any other kid on the block. My knees were always bloodied with bits of dirt and gravel embedded. Was I happy? You bet! To this day I enjoy riding a bike. Pure joy is flying down a hill with the wind blowing in your face. Freedom.
Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Strathmore cold press paper. 6″×6″