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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
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Overthink, in this case, thinking and worrying so much as to become indecisive; almost. Greetings! Yes, and I didn’t know the word “overthink” is in the dictionary. Defined another way, overthinking might be looking at possibilities and options in such a manner as to be counter productive. My brain locks up. Overthink At The Easel: […]
Drawing and Quartering. Hah! Bet you thought it ought to be “drawn and quartered”, and you’d be right. However, it didn’t quite fit with this discussion on drawing and I don’t intend to draw and quarter anybody. I have been thinking all day about what to say about my watercolor drawing of the neighbor’s big […]
When I sat down to do a watercolor study in my neighborhood, I was immediately attracted to the array of awnings and lamp posts, hence the title.
Happy Mother’s Day Mom! On this occasion, I thought I’d share the Mother’s Day Card I made for my Mom and a little bit about it.
Purpose of Backward Planning Process + To ensure I meet the exhibition’s deadline for delivery of artwork + To organize myself to make sure I comply with the exhibition’s requirements + To avoid procrastination What I Gain From the Planning Process + Timeline + Task List
I am delighted and honored to say that my artwork is featured in the May/June edition of the New Group of World Servers Journal. Thank you Barb Allen, Editor. I was pleased to see that my artwork shares the pages with the work of colleague and blog friend Katharine Cartwright. Her “Laws of Nature” series […]
The best way for preparing, packing and shipping artwork depends on your objective. Background It all began about six months ago. I was attending a critique session with local Watercolor Society of Oregon members. We got on the subject of shipping artwork and watercolor paintings in particular. I added my two cents worth, or was […]