Hello! And welcome to my blog!
I’m Margaret Stermer-Cox and I’m a watercolor painter.
This blog is about art. It’s about my paintings and events; abstract art discussions, art history, etc. You get the idea: anything ART! Please, join me!
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Events and Exibitions
Sometimes its just about freedom and exploration; that is, taking a moment to release your inner adventurous spirit. Intentions. Greetings! I would like to share with you the story about my two Royal Pear watercolor paintings. The smaller is the first version and a new friend and collector purchased it this week. The Story. One […]
Talent: a special aptitude, skill or gift someone seems to have; the t-word. Just Thinking. Greetings! The word and concept of “talent” has been rolling around in my head for a week or two. Its odd, I think, but recently I’ve read good blog posts by other artists on the subject of talent, skills, passion; […]
Award, that is to say a special recognition of achievement. Good News! Greetings! I am pleased to say that my painting Three Minute Egg V11 earned the Fourth Place “High Desert” award in the Watercolor Society of Oregon (WSO) Spring Experimental Exhibition, Florence OR. (Yay!). The exhibition opened on Saturday, April 7th at the Florence […]
The daffodil: an early flower and symbol of hope; a nice way to end the month of March and start the month of April. Intentions. Greetings! I would like to share with you an announcement about my latest art show. Plus, I have a couple of daffodil drawings to show you. You see, I thought […]
Symbols, in my case, images or colors representing ideas, thoughts or emotions. St. Patrick’s Day. Hi! Its “St. Patrick’s Day” weekend! I have always understood this day to be one in which people of certain cultural descent honor St. Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland. Of Celtic Descent. Even though I am a descendent of […]
Teachers, as in people who help others learn and acquire knowledge. Famous Artists As Teachers. Hi! Recently, Daniel Smith Art Materials asked the following question on their Facebook page’s “Sunday Salon Art Question”: “If you could learn from, and paint with any artists in history, who would you choose?” Hmmm. Oddly enough, I had to […]