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Extraordinary watercolors by Mary Whyte.

Mary Whyte is Johns Island, South Carolina, barns Whyte. Much of his inspiration liesin the descendants of slaves from the coast of Carolina Gullah, which are among his most prominent themes. His portraits are included in numerous corporate collections, private universities as well as in the permanent collections of the Museum of South Carolina,Greenville County Art, and the Gibbes Museum of Art in ...


Beautiful watercolors of David Curtis. Born in Doncaster in 1948, David headed an engineering design team until 1988 when he became a full time painter. He was elected to the Royal Society of Marine Arts in 1983 and a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 1988.
In 1992 David won the first prize in the Singer & Friedlander/Sunday Times Watercolour Competition and the second prize in 1997.

David is the author of 'A Light Touch, the Landscape in Oils' and 'The Landscape in Watercolour - A Personal View' both published by David & Charles. Two APV films of the same titles are on...

As a first entry in my brand new blog, I suggest this video of Ted Nuttall is one of the watercolors, I think, the better the picture works in watercolor, using a clean brush color and very simple, but with a master colossal portrait giving the appearance of a quick brush when in fact it works well. It's one of my favorites at the time of painting light. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

You can see his works on its own page