Margaret Livermore is a watercolor artist. She enjoys painting landscapes,
seascapes and flowers. The colors and techniques she uses helps her convey the
quiet, peaceful moods of Whidbey Island and the Puget Sound.
She has lived in Oak Harbor since 1982 and has become
involved in many aspects of the art world. Margaret is a member and past
president of Whidbey Allied Arts, treasurer and past president and founding
member of Penn Cove Gallery, and serves as the Juried Art Gallery chairman of
the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival. In 1989 she became one of the founding
directors of the Coupeville Arts Center now know as the Pacific Northwest Arts
School and served on the board from 1989-2000 and from 2001-present. In 2008,
Margaret helped establish the Garry Oak Gallery in Oak Harbor and currently serves as its
Her work was published on the cover of the “Greater
Whidbey Phonebook” and she illustrated the “Simply Whidbey Cookbook”. Margaret
enjoys painting local scenes and has a series of eight limited edition prints of
Deception Pass Bridge and other limited edition prints of Whidbey Island, the
Puget Sound and Skagit Valley.
Margaret was voted "Best Artist" in 2014's the Best of Whidbey.