Stewart White Bio
Stewart Burgess White currently resides in Easton, MD. He has travelled extensively throughout his life. It is the draw of travel and diverse experiences that led him to communicate with paintings. He has a BFA from UC Berkeley. He is also an award-winning artist and illustrator. Stewart is a past President of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators. He is a member of the American Impressionists Society, and a Signature member of The American Watercolor Society (AWS), The National Watercolor Society (NWS) and past President of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators ASAI (2012). He was the President of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association (MAPAPA). Stewart is an Executive Fellow of the American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA). From 2007-2019, Stewart was a Senior Associate at Design Collective, Inc., working as an architectural illustrator in Baltimore, Maryland. Adjunct Professor of Technical Illustration at Maryland Institute College of Art.
He has painted murals in major museums and Sports Facilities in the US including, The National Museum of American History, The Ballpark in Arlington for the Texas Rangers, The U.S. Naval Academy and The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Awards of note include Best of Show in Wayne Plein Air Festival 2013, 2nd place Plein Air Richmond 2013 and the only watercolor painter to win the Grand Prize in Plein Air Easton 2009. He is also the Grand Prize winner of the Plein Air Salon 2013-2014 Annual Competition and 2014 Members Choice Award from ASAI. Stewart won The Best of Show and an Award of Excellence from the 2016 Olmstead Invitational. 2nd Place in the 2022 Cape Anne Plein Air and the 2023 Judges award of Distinction at En Plein Air Texas.
He currently teaches and paints at the Easton Art Academy Museum. He has led workshops throughout the United States and abroad. Countries include Spain, France and Italy ( Umbria and Sicily ). Publications include Plein Air Magazine, 2014 and 2023 Fine Art Connoisseur, Watercolor Artist and American Society of Marine Artists, Feature article.