Boating Season

Boating season for us officially began this past weekend. Hopefully you can see my smile. If you don’t hear or see much from me for the next several months it’s because I don’t have an internet connection on the boat. I will post as often as possible. I will of course continue to paint and create. Cheers Susan.


Sea dog

Yesterday I busied myself making cards to display and hopefully sale this summer at Three Buoys Marina in Sicamous. Sea dog is one of them. At our marina dogs and boats belong together. Fondly referred to as boater dogs. That being said this fella should be called lake dog. Lake or sea the water is the place to be for me. Boating season begins this weekend. Hooray!


Twilight At The Narrows

Twilight At The Narrows. This is Brock point at Cinnemousun Narrows, Shuswap Lake. At a certain time of day and the perfect calm conditions Shuswap Lake really does glow with a golden aura. Like a jewel that it is. I have wanted to paint this scene for years. Capture it on canvas as a constant reminder of the beauty. I feel somewhat disappointed with this attempt. Perhaps it’s because I know from first hand experience what it’s like to witness Twilight At The Narrows. Acrylic on 16″ x 20″ box canvas framed.


Spring In The Grove

Spring in the Grove. By chance an appropriate painting to celebrate earth day. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden acrylics on 12″ x 12″ box canvas. Painted on all sides no frame needed.


Good Life

“Good Life”. A commission I completed last summer. Meant as a surprise Christmas present for the recipient I could not post this until now. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Acrylics on 12″×18″ canvas.


Mara Muse

Mara Muse. A painting of the view from our houseboat. We spend hours sitting and staring at this spectacle of nature’s beauty. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Colors on 8″ x 10″ canvas.


Raven Trail Autumn

Raven Trail Autumn. Artist Susan Feniak. Golden Artist Acrylics on 16″×20″ box canvas. Raven Trail is one of my favourite walks near where we live. Fall is not my favourite time of year mostly because winter comes next. I am Canadian. But that doesn’t mean I love winter. All that being said I do enjoy all the autumnal colours and kicking up the fallen leaves. I hope my painting evokes those pleasantries. Cheers Susan