Margit Sampogna

15th Annual ARC Salon (2020-2021)

Margit Sampogna


Margit Sampogna pursued classical art training which understand the painting techniques used by the Old Masters and the European artists of the 19th century whom she greatly admires.

Her paintings are visual narratives of fleeting moments in time; light falling on treasured objects, nature, seasonal experiences, whimsical thoughts and social commentary. While she  enjoys plein air painting, she is largely a studio painter with a strong interest in still life which for the most part is painted from life.  She views realism as a magical experience providing the artist with the possibility of creating illusions in 2D.


She exhibits in juried shows and her work is in private collections in Canada, the USA, England, Australia and Germany.



Fav 15% finalist in the Boldbrush painting competitions several times 2018-2019

“Best in show” 2017 from the prestigious Post Office and BT Art Club in London; recognized as the oldest art club in England and acknowledged by the Royal Family.

The Richardson75  Online International art Competition Animals, Birds & Wildlife 2012

“Notable Entry” included in the publication with the finalists

Her painting of the “Bloodroot” was chosen to be in the publication “Oakridge’s Moraine, Connecting with Nature”, Artists preserving the Moraine with Paint”.  This publication raised ten thousand dollars for the Moraine preservation efforts.   2008

Honorable Mention – Botanical Artists of Canada, Todmorden Mills 2007


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