The last of winter

We thought it was the last of winter until it snowed this morning. Thankfully it didn’t stick. Happy Easter! Artist Susan Feniak. Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Strathmore paper.

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“Beckoning”

I can imagine grabbing onto that rope, swing out over the water, and jump! How exhilarating! I better wait until summer to have a go. You are never too old to have a little fun. Artist Susan Feniak. Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors on Fabriano cold press paper. 8″×10″.


Bits and Pieces

My painting “Give Up?” Has gone to a new home. The owners are birdie lovers. Yesterday I was volunteering at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. Being a soggy wintery day not too many people were out and about. I had time to paint a panda family in celebration of our impending family day holiday weekend. Time dragged on to a quick painting of a a hippo. She was gazing at me from the Telus wall calendar. The star of January 2018.

With all that I will say I am gone on hiatus for a wee while. Enjoy the rest of your winter. Spring will come, it always does. Cheers Susan


Feverfew

I was trying for a delicate touch with these rather prolific garden flowers. Given half a chance Feverfew will take over a flower bed. Since they are pretty and make an excellent cut flower it’s not such a bad thing if you let them take over. Artist Susan Feniak.  Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors on Opus Finest Paper.  The last page of this sketch book. Perfect timing, new year, new book.


Happy 2018!

Wishing all the very best of everything for 2018! PEACE


“Gabby”

It was time for something or someone different. A birthday card created for someone. “Gabby” is giving a thumbs up to that someone celebrating another birthday.  My first attempt at painting a gorilla. Artist Susan Feniak. QOR watercolour on Strathmore card stock. Happy Monday!


“Three Buoys Heron “

I finally grabbed a moment this past  weekend to paint and came up with this quick rendering of our favorite blue Heron. Original art by Susan Feniak. Koi Water colours on Strathmore Paper. 6″×6″