Proof?

Proof? Every one of my cards is a one of. I draw and then paint every one. No two are the same. Or so it would seem by my panda bears this year. They all have such different faces and expressions. I have my favorite here. Do you?


Number 3

Number 3 of my 2019 Christmas card line up. Joyful singer. Or what?

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Number 2

Simply put, Number 2 of my 2019 Christmas card line up. Yes it’s that time of year. Again. To get these done in time I have to start now. If not sooner. Cheers Susan

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With Apologies

With apologies. It’s started. If I don’t start making Christmas cards they won’t get done. I know it isn’t even Halloween yet. No need to remind me of that fact. But a busy working person has to do what she can when she can. Here are the first of my 2019 crop.

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“Dingy Round Up”

SOLD Dingy Round Up. My latest acrylic painting. What do you think? Knowing boaters like I do if I came across this scene I would know there is a party near by. Of course I would join in. Golden acrylics on 20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ thick canvas painted on all sides. $250

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Oh Oh! The second time around.

“Oh Oh!” Artist Susan Feniak. This is the second time I have painted Oh Oh. Once again this was a special request and has all ready sold. The original version of Oh Oh was a greeting card. Too small for the buyer. Not to mention I wasn’t sure if I still had the card in my inventory. So a new and bigger one had to be created. No problem. It is up to me to keep my clients happy. And I do try very hard to keep everyone happy. I hope Oh Oh makes you smile too. Daniel Smith watercolors and ink on 9″ x 12″ Fabriano paper. Mat to 11″ × 14″


“Henrietta”

“Henry” has a “Henrietta”! I couldn’t bare to part with Henry. He is part of the menagerie that hangs on our livingroom wall. So when someone asked if they could purchase Henry I said that I would try to create another one. That’s the story behind Henrietta and how she arrived. There can be no two Henry’s. He is truly a one of a kind. I am pretty sure the person getting Henrietta will like her as much as we like Henry. Watercolor and ink on Fabriano paper. Susan Feniak