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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
Events and Exibitions
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 […]
“Hoot Owl” By painting his “Hoot Owl” in orange colors, I think my father, artist John H. Stermer, was having fun and peaking our curiosity. I see stoic owls, teaming with energy as they wait for the night’s hunt. What do you see?
The muse for my “Just Sayin’…” series is my twin sister Michelle. Muse…I Can Do this I thought I’d write about my “muse” for my “Just Sayin’…” series after seeing a contest on Professional Artist Magazine. They’re asking artists to enter images of their muse with a story. Hmmm, I have a muse; I can […]
My husband Robert and I are in Sacramento getting ready for our upcoming coast-to-coast “All Terrain (Happy) Campers Tour”. Its great having an opportunity to meet the people behind our camper. They gave us a tour of the shop and it is fascinating to see the craft and workmanship that went into our Bobcat.