Designing Christmas Cards

Yes I know it’s early but these things take time. I have been designing this year’s Christmas cards. As per usual I am having fun. A Good thing. Hope they make you smile.

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“Curly Sheep”

Curly in more ways then one! It’s hard to find the ears on these two.

Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolor and ink on paper.


World Water Color Month

July is World Watercolor Month. Being a member of World Watercolor Group I am playing (or is that painting?) along for the the month. 31 paintings in 31 days. Here are my contributions for July 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Artist Susan Feniak. Watercolors and Ink on paper. Happy July 4th to my American friends!


A birthday card

A birthday card for a friend. Bessy here wished him a Moo-ooving 65th. Pretty sure Bessy will make him chuckle. Artist Susan Feniak. Koi watercolour on Strathmore card stock.


Featured Artist

It is my turn to be the featured artist at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous BC. This is the display of my art. Thank you Gallery One Fifty! The gallery is on Finlayson Street and it’s open hours are Tuesday threw Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. I will be there this coming Thursday April 26th.


PSST!

Hello I am Maude. Although I seem a tad distracted, I am here to announce that my artist Susan Feniak will soon be the featured artist at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. We will be sure to let you know exactly when. Oh and I was created using Holbein Artists Water Color on Arches hot press paper.


Bits and Pieces

My painting “Give Up?” Has gone to a new home. The owners are birdie lovers. Yesterday I was volunteering at Gallery One Fifty in Sicamous. Being a soggy wintery day not too many people were out and about. I had time to paint a panda family in celebration of our impending family day holiday weekend. Time dragged on to a quick painting of a a hippo. She was gazing at me from the Telus wall calendar. The star of January 2018.

With all that I will say I am gone on hiatus for a wee while. Enjoy the rest of your winter. Spring will come, it always does. Cheers Susan