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!
And if you would like to see my works, a visit to Dancing Clouds Gallery – my online art gallery – is called for! Just click on the link in the menu above. And, Thanks!
Hi! Just for fun, I thought I would do a mini review of the 2010 to 2019 decade. My idea is to share two paintings a day representing a year each. This is an exercise in contemplation, not so much one of critique. In other words “here is where I was then”. Today, I’ll start […]
What Is Your Approach? One of my nieces recently asked me the following question (and I paraphrase): “Do you draw the subject first or rather, do you paint first?” The question was addressing how one approaches watercolor painting in particular. Easy Answer, Or Is It? My immediate answer was that my approach is to draw […]
Yes, do you remember me? Remember Me. As I logged into my website in preparation to write this blog post, I noticed the small remark at the bottom of the page. It read “Remember Me”. Though the statement was about my password, it made me wonder, will you remember me? Blog Slow Down. […]
Greetings! I’m pleased to say that my watercolor painting Hang Up & Read Me A Story was juried into the Rogue Valley Biennial Art Exhibit! Details About the Exhibit. The exhibition is hosted by the Rogue Gallery and Art Center in Medford OR. It opened Friday, June 28th and runs through to August 2nd, 2019. […]
Making pictures, as in to form, shape, bring about or create a picture. Small Studies. It’s the season of “smalls” – that is drawing small studies on a regular basis. Though, truthfully, I am working on a medium size watercolor painting in my “Three Minute Egg” series. However it is taking a while. And, when […]
Hi! Recently, my younger sister Dorothy sent me some images of artwork by my Dad, artist John Stermer. And, the drawings and painting included goats. So, on my Father’s Facebook page (John Stermer Fine Art), I shared some of the goats. They are so much fun to look at. And, one of my friends thought […]