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!
Events and Exibitions
Its cheerful; its colorful; and its Stermer-Cox artwork at the Grove Building, Ashland Parks and Recreation. Art Show. Greetings! I am pleased to announce that my husband Robert and I hung fourteen of my paintings yesterday at the above mentioned Grove Building, 1195 East Main St., Ashland OR. You may see the artwork during business […]
I was speaking metaphorically, naturally! How have you been doing? I will be back blogging soon. It was my intention to blog while on our extended trip around the country. Reality hit and my husband and I decided to focus on our “The Gallivanter’s Adventure 2014” blog.
Every good trip starts at home. We’re getting ready for our big Adventure 2014. Things are packed, more or less. The camper’s ready. We’re winding down to the last minute things. Arrangements have been made. We’re beginning to chomp at the proverbial bit.
My Memorial Day 2014 Story. Where are the memorials in your town? What is your Memorial Day story? Talent’s World War II Memorial I pass by the memorial to World War II service members several days a week. It is on one of my morning running routes. It has names of 10 individuals. The names […]
How I Overcame Inertia This is a story about overcoming inertia and taking action. Have you ever had a moment where you finally overcame inertia? You acted after thinking about something for, ummm, several months? You finally do the thing you’ve been talking about doing but haven’t quite done yet? I had such a moment […]
About the Stillman & Birn Sketchbook This past February, I won a Stillman & Birn Beta Series sketchbook in an online “giveaway” sponsored by Stillman & Birn. I thought I’d share my thoughts on the sketchbook now that I’ve had it for a couple of months. I chose the Beta Series because of the heavy paper […]
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 […]