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I’m Margaret Stermer-Cox and I’m a watercolor painter.
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Events and Exibitions
Events and Exibitions
MO: Modus Operandi, that is to say one’s artistic style or approach. Three Challenge Paintings. Greetings! Its Day 26 of the #30paintingsin30days challenge hosted by Leslie Saeta Studios. With today’s painting I’m including the work from the last two days. And, as I look at the paintings and see the different styles, I wonder about […]
Blogging; it just occurred to me that this challenge has been almost as much about writing these blog post as it has been about painting. That is, at least for me. Day 23: “Espresso Timer-V3”. Greetings! Welcome to day 23 of #30paintingsin30days. And, for today, I present another version of “Espresso Time-R”. This time, the […]
Surprise – as in something unexpected. Different Intentions… Greetings! Yes, today’s painting is a bit of a surprise to me! To explain, my intention was to create a painting with my frothing pitcher, espresso cup and timer. I had an image in my mind as I started drawing with the paint brush on my paper. […]
Center of interest – that is the area that I would like you to look at in a drawing or painting. Put another way, it attracts your attention. “Cappuccino V9”. Greetings! And, here we are at day 21 of #30paintingsin30days! Add to that the ninth cappuccino study! Is it getting to feel routine to you? […]
Cool blue; too much of a good thing? Day 20: Its Blue-ish! Greetings! Its day 20 of the #30paintingsin30days challenge. At the moment, I’m looking at today’s piece and its mainly blue. You see, I’m wondering, am I going through a “blue period”? It is February after all and here in southern Oregon, the days […]
Alla Prima, an Italian word which means getting a painting done in one session or before the painting dries. One Session Painting! Greetings! Today’s painting was an exercise in “getting in done – now!” To explain, I usually work my paintings over multiple sessions. In between, the painting is allowed to dry. Furthermore, my mind […]