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Vigilance by Margaret Donat
Fashionista by Margaret Donat
It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere by Margaret Donat
summer Birch by Margaret Donat
Summer Poppies by Margaret Donat
Timeless by Margaret Donat
Hand in Hand, by the Edge of the Sand, Let's Dance to the Light of the Moon by Margaret Donat
One More Time Around the Sun by Margaret Donat
Gravity Assaulted by Margaret Donat
Searching for a Nugget of Truth by Margaret Donat
Belles of the Bar by Margaret Donat
Another Birthday? by Margaret Donat
Ready to Drop by Margaret Donat
Raven Wonder by Margaret Donat
Northern Skiier by Margaret Donat
Angry Bird by Margaret Donat
All About the Base by Margaret Donat
Old Friends are the Best Friends by Margaret Donat
Chitna by Margaret Donat
Alaskan Perfection by Margaret Donat
All of Me Loves All of You by Margaret Donat
You Look Remarkable in that Suit by Margaret Donat
Hotties by Margaret Donat
Best Booties by Margaret Donat
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About Margaret Donat
I come from a family of artists and knew at a very young age that I wanted to be an artist too. While other kids were out riding scooters and playing baseball, I was in my room drawing and painting. My biggest influence was my dad, an architect and an artist. I was also inspired by my Aunt Vivian, a watercolor artist and my grandmother, a weaver. My favorite artist and biggest hero is my sister, Eleanor McGough, who is a professional artist in Minneapolis.
I earned a BFA in Jewelry Design at University of Idaho in 1978, and a BA in Art Education in 1979. After teaching art for 34 years, I am now retired and working a professional artist.
Watercolor is my primary medium, but I love to paint on glass as well. Although I paint a variety of subjects, most of my paintings are figurative and often suggest stories with their characters. I started my “Best Friends” series a few years ago using my friends and family as inspiration for my paintings. Many of these paintings reflect my feelings about aging. It is frustrating, painful and inevitable. So I paint with heavy dose of denial along with a heaping brush full of humor. I am currently working on Best Friends, Part 3, where I continue to celebrate my age, favorite memories, friends and family in my new work.
Thanks to all of you that have supported my Best Friends series by purchasing my paintings, prints and cards. You have kept me motivated to continue.