Something to Say

All my feathered and furry friends have something to say, and that is, Merry Christmas! They have even come along to help decorate in their own special ways. Artist Susan Feniak.  QOR watercolor on Arches hot press paper. 8″x10″

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What’s Next?

You may ask me what’s next.  Today I have added an elephant to my Christmas card menagerie.  Artist Susan Feniak. Original art using QOR watercolour on Strathmore card stock. 


Explanations 

I owe you all an explanation as to why you haven’t seen  much from me lately. In a matter of a few days we bought a houseboat, sold our home, bought another home, and sold our beloved boat. Big changes happening in our lives! There was a lot going on in August.  A gallery acceptance and the resulting three paintings sold.  The marina where we keep our boat (s) also asked me to display my art there for sell. In September I will be busy packing and culling for the downsize to a smaller home. Fit in boating time before the snow flies. And find time for art.  The photos are our new to us houseboat. “Poppies” SOLD in less then two weeks. “Bobbers” A water color I stole time for today. Please bare with me while we get our lives back on track and reorganized. I will be in touch when I can. Cheers Susan


“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″ 


“Threesome”

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″


“Lined Up “

Houseboats lined up waiting. Original art by Susan Feniak. QOR and Holbein watercolour on Canson Aquarelle paper. 11″×14″ 


SOLD

 

I am thrilled and beyond excited to say that two of my paintings have SOLD at the 38th Annual Summer Arts and Crafts Show being held at the Red Barn in Sicamous this weekend.  The show isn’t over yet.  It is open until Tuesday at 6 p.m. so it isn’t too late to go check out all the beautiful art.  My thanks go out to all the folks of the Eagle Valley Brush and Palette Club who have spent many hours working, baking and volunteering at the show.