Recent card creations

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Spike and Mitzy

Here are a few of the cards that I have created lately. Cards seem to be the only art that I am interested in creating these days. I am not sure if I should be worried about that or not. But at least I am doing something creative. I suppose there has been a lot on my plate lately. I am positive that I will have the urge to splash paint on a bigger scale soon. In the meantime please enjoy these little treasures. Cheers Susan

Artist Susan Feniak. “one of a kind” Watercolor and ink on Strathmore card stock 4″ x 6″ $10 each from me. $12 each at Rikki Lou Who’s Gift Emporium Salmon Arm. sfeniakart@gmail.com

For Kayla Happy 16th birthday

Important birthdays…

For Brynn
For Peter

Two birthday cards made for two special people in our lives. Happy birthday to you both. Cheers Susan and Carey

Artist Susan Feniak. Windsor Newton watercolours and ink on 4″ x 6″ Strathmore card stock.


Still keeping busy…

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I am still keeping busy creating my “one of a kind” greeting cards. Keeping things simple. Other than puttindg a coat of gesso on a 24″ x 24″ canvas I haven’t spent any time at my easel. Not since coming home from Mexico. I haven’t felt like it. I thought that I had lots of inspiration and was ready to get busy but as soon as I stand at my easel all is lost. Perhaps I have a bit of a block happening? On the other hand I am able to create these cards. A veritable plethora of them. I am having fun with them, they make me smile. That is sufficient, for now.

Artist Susan Feniak. QoR or Windsor Newton watercolors and ink on 4″ x 6″ Strathmore cards. My cards sell for $12 each at Rikki Lou Who’s Gift Emporium downtown Salmon Arm BC. Or contact me at sfeniakart@gmail.com


Belated happy Easter

Belated happy Easter! Theodore the Easter dog appeared on one of my card creations the otherday. I meant to post Theodore on all my social media sites but somehow missed my website. I hope he makes you smile. Another tortuga made an appearance and a frog enjoying the shelter provided by a magnolia. Can you tell I am still having fun creating my “one of a kind” greeting cards?

Artist Susan Feniak. QoR watercolors and ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″. Most of my cards are available for sale at Rikki Lou Who’s Gift Emporium. Downtown Salmon Arm on Alexander St.


Having fun…

Having fun creating cards. Especially the dogs! The dogs are loosely based on works by artist Catherine Rayner. Most of my cards will eventually go to Rikki Lou Who’s Gift Emporium downtown Salmon Arm on Alexander St. and will be available for sale there. My cards are original “one of a kind”, watercolor and ink on 4″ x 6″ Strathmore card stock.

Artist Susan Feniak


Designing new cards.

Upon arriving home from Mexico I discovered that many of my cards for sale at Rikki Lou Who’s Gift Emporium sold! How wonderful! Many thanks to those of you that have bought my cards and supported local business.

I have been busily creating new greeting cards. These seem to have a spring theme to them. What do you think?

I hope to spend time at my easel very soon.

“one of a kind”, cards by artist Susan Feniak are very much one of kind. All are hand painted original pieces of mini art. Watercolor and ink on Strathmore card stock. 4″ x 6″


Home and catching up…

Home and getting caught up. I think the laundry is finally done and all the household bookkeeping too. Things do pile up when one is happily enjoying the good life. Now it’s back to reality.

I have missed my art and time spent playing at my easel. It’s time to get back to it! I have so many ideas rumbling around in my wee brain. The Mexican sunshine has inspired me.

In the meantime I still have paintings that need homes. These are photos of just a sampling of what I have available. My art is all original, “one of a kind”, I do not make prints. They are in a variety of sizes and are all acrylic on gallery quality thick canvas.

If you are interested please email me for details at sfeniakart@gmail.com

Thank you.


More? Yes more sights from Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo….

We are still enjoying our much needed extended vacation in Ixtapa. It’s been a tuff couple of years and an even ruffer 8 months or so. Family issues have taken up a lot of our time and energy. It’s been wonderful to escape and take care of us instead of everyone else. The photos are some what self explanatory. The sunsets are glorious. The palapa is being rebuilt after a fire destroyed it. There are many pangas, boats used by the locals for everything. The iguanas are numerous and interesting. We spend hours watching the ocean and waves. There have been dolphin sightings and even a humpback whale or two. Normally we don’t take selfies. Mostly because we suck at it. But sometimes people want to see us in a photo so I attached the two selfies that we dared to take. Worth a laugh if nothing else.

I hope you are enjoying a glimpse into our vacation. We are relaxed. And that is important. Cheers Susan and Carey


Sights and colours of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo….

Some more sights and colours of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo. You will have to imagine the sounds. Eventually this wonderful escape will have to come to an end. But we will enjoy it while we are here. Reality will rear it’s ugly head soon enough. Cheers Susan


If you like sunsets….have a look at these.

If you like a spectacular sunset Ixtapa Mexico is the place to partake. I grew up on the west coast of British Columbia so I know a good sunset when I see it. Just saying! ENJOY Cheers Susan