I seem to have a theme happening and it’s rather boaty! Original art by Susan Feniak. QOR and Holbein Watercolors colour on Fabriano hot press paper. 8″×10″
Three of my paintings are now on display at Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous. A big thank you to Rob and Three Buoys Marina for providing me the space and opportunity to display and sell my art. Cheers Susan
July 17th My thoughts are with all those having to run from the flames here in British Columbia. My thanks to all the brave tireless people who are fighting the flames. Original art by Susan Feniak. Holbein Artists water colors on Strathmore Paper.
July 4th. A busy work day for me after our Canadian 150th celebrations and art show. This one isn’t really red white and blue but close enough. Original art by Susan Feniak. Koi Watercolors on Opus Finest paper
June 25th Another quick sketch for you. And of course the glass holding the ice cubes had to be blue. This is me 😆. Original sketch by Susan Feniak. Watercolors on Strathmore Paper. 4″×6″
June 24th “Squirt Gun” This is another quick sketch but sometimes that is all a girl has time for. When it came to water fights my weapon of choice was always Grandma’s discarded liquid dish soap container. You see winning a water fight is more important then how the weapon looks. That dish soap container out lasted and out squirted any other dime store version I ever bought or owned. Of course it helped that I knew just how to maneuver that bottle to get just the right projection. I also learned to save my skinny dime allowance to spend on candy or freezies instead. If it was a serious water fight than nothing out did the hose and nozzle which there was always a mad race to reach before anyone else. The prompts this month have me traveling down memory lane more often then not. I have missed some but am trying to catch up. Hope you are enjoying a super weekend.
Original art/sketch by Susan Feniak water color on Strathmore paper. 4″x6″
How exciting! Look what arrived today. My painting on my own swag! I had “The Blue Bike” printed on a coffee mug and tote bag. Original art by Susan Feniak