The Artists of Muskoka

Margot Snow

For the Love of Art Studio and Gallery
1257 Windermere Road, RR#2
Utterson, ON, P0B 1M0

Margot Snow is a watercolour artist with works exhibited in both private and corporate collections across North America, Europe, and Australia. A native of Montreal, Quebec, Margot lived in Guelph, Ontario for 25 years and since 2003 has resided in Muskoka with her husband, Wayne. Educated at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the University of Guelph in Fine Arts, Margot has concentrated on watercolour painting since 1979.

Margot is an avid gardener who’s love of life and nature is reflected in her paintings. Each work is “a celebration of the harmony and beauty of the natural world”. She brings life to common objects with her intense use of colour.

Margot’s art reflects images of her frequent trips to Tuscany, where her family owns a 200 year old farmhouse, and impressions of the Muskoka landscape. Her art work, classes (with Haliburton School of The Arts) and galleries that carry her work can be found on her website

“Colour is the essence of my work - it is uppermost in my mind when I choose a subject and is what challenges and interests me most. Colour can change a viewer’s mood, it can stimulate a feeling of peacefulness and well-being and it can awaken a soul.”

Red Canoe by Margot Snow

Margot Snow
Red Canoe

24” x 48”, Watercolour

An Aaron Berning Design ©2013 Andrea Hillo