• Mining the memory archives

    Using old sketch books to play with images and find intriguing combinations /

  • Brush marks

    These brushes are versatile and I often use them for making small descriptive remarks such as small leaves and plant shapes

  • Bold brushes and vibrant colours

    Using big brushes energises the painting allowing you to make gestural marks. . This is my painting from our lovely garden workshop

  • Exhibition Western Australia

    Exhibition Western Australia

    Upcoming exhibition and sale of paintings with Margarets latest Western Australian landscapes at City of Cockburn Show Off 18 . More information

  • Packing paintings for London

    Packing paintings for London

    Getting my paintings ready to go to Brick Lane Gallery in London for exhibition in their contemporary art exhibition starting March 15. The unique colours of West Australia are so vibrant and strong, how could I resist painting them

  • My harshest critic

    Waiting at the studio door to see me get to work and start painting or perhaps it just wants food

  • Painting in the Heat

    Its been very hot these last few days and I have been working away at getting my artwork ready for display at the Brick Lane Gallery, London in March. Its been so hot these last few days that I keep on seeing the paint dry in front of my eyes. Thank goodness for Golden Paints…

  • The glorious freedom of sketching

    Simple materials are best when sketching

  • Easy watercolour trees

  • Sketching on the run

    Some of my quick sketches done on the run on my quick trip to Paris. Done in small pocket size notebook. Sketching for me helps in remembering a special place and a time #artmarxgallery#infreo#artworkshops#goldenartistcolors#silverbrushltd#watercolors#qorwatercolours#artistsoninstagram#margaretcoxallworkshops#bridgemanart#portcoogee Memories are important

  • Sketching in the garden