December is a busy time

December is a busy time for everyone. This year I made almost 4 dozen Christmas cards. About 1/2 of them sold the rest were sent out to family and friends. Today we had our first major snow event of the season. That meant we needed to shovel snow off our houseboat. And of course what is December without a visit with the jolly old elf himself. And yes I have been good all year. No wish list involved. Just my hope that everyone stays safe and healthy this Christmas. Cheers Susan Feniak

Christmas is coming…

A couple of happy snowmen cards to warm us up and remind you that Christmas is coming! Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on Strathmore card stock.

And so it begins….

And so it begins, my Christmas card assembly line. Here is a sampling of what I have gotten done to date. Every card is different and they are all original watercolor and ink. 4″ x 6″

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Singing Merry Christmas to you!

Happy holidays to all my WP friends. Cheers Susan


I have been busy. Designing and painting Christmas cards. Yes it’s early but when one has to come up with 50+ it takes time. Good thing I really enjoy what I am doing. I am letting my imagination fly. Hope they make you smile. Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolour and ink on Strathmore card stock.

The last of winter

We thought it was the last of winter until it snowed this morning. Thankfully it didn’t stick. Happy Easter! Artist Susan Feniak. Windsor Newton Cotman Water Colours on Strathmore paper.

Merry Christmas

20161219_114224Merry Christmas!  These two bring you my very best wishes for the merriest of Christmases.   May you have a wonderful time with family and friends, sharing the joy of the season. PEACE  Hugs to all, Susan

A whole new meaning to the term, “snow birds”.  Original art by Susan Feniak, Holbein Artists Water Color on Canson 140lb cold press paper.


original art by Susan Feniak  acrylic on 12”x12” box canvas

This year I am determined to embrace the beauty of winter.  Which is a stretch for me.  I am trying to see snow as a thing of wonder, noting details, patterns, colors and trying to find it not so dismal.  Not something cold and wet that I have to wade through and shovel.  Perhaps something that I can smile about.  I am trying!!  Hope you enjoy “Winterlude”!  Cheers Susan Feniak



Original art by Susan Feniak  acrylic on 12” x 12” box canvas.   Rarely do we have a winter day that inspires me to paint a snowy scene.  But the other day we had a stellar one.  Unlike most days in our neck of the woods it was sun filled, bright and crisp.  There was a snowfall the previous night and then the temperature plummeted.  Leaving behind a thick intact layer of snow on all the trees.  This could be our yard or just over there……  It was a beautiful scene.  Happy New Year!  This is the first painting of 2015.  Here is hoping for a productive year.

Cheers, Susan Feniak