Meet well-known watercolor artist Mary Whyte and celebrate her works and teaching with this digital collection of Mary Whyte resources from the North Light Shop!
Watercolor Portraits of the South with Mary Whyte [VIDEO DOWNLOAD]
Step into best-selling artist Mary Whyte’s studio and be a part of the life behind the acclaimed artist’s work. Discover all that goes into Mary’s impactful artwork with a look at her full approach to creating a piece including highlights from her painting process.
See more of the painting process than ever before—find out what happens to Mary’s finished works once they leave the studio including exclusive interviews with her professional community: a Gibbes Museum Curator, Collector, and Framer.
Don't miss your chance to get 2 full hours with Mary Whyte, the artist, the master instructor, and the full life of one of her beloved pieces from the vision, to the finer details, to the selling process.
Artist Daily Workshop: Mastering Watercolor Portraiture with Mary Whyte [VIDEO DOWNLOAD]
Well-known watercolorist Mary Whyte takes you inside her studio to paint a watercolor portrait from start to finish. You'll see firsthand the relationship Mary has with her models, why she chooses to paint portraits, why watercolor is the perfect medium, and how she creates works with emotions that capture the essence she's trying to convey.
Plus, Mary gives inspirational advice on making your portrait an original piece of art while making your own mark as an artist. Mastering Watercolor Portraiture with Mary Whyte is sure to be a treasured DVD for all aspiring and practicing watercolorists.
Watercolor, Fall 2011 25th Anniversary Issue [DIGITAL MAGAZINE SINGLE ISSUE]
Dive into the special issue that marks the 25th Anniversary of Watercolor. To celebrate, we present 25 tips, 25 painting locations, and 25 tools that today's top watermedia painters say they can't do without. Take a look at the innovations of early practitioners and trace the masterful use of watercolor throughout history. This issue also includes a feature on Mary Whyte—share in her experience creating "Working South," a traveling exhibition that highlights blue-collar workers in vanishing industries.
Discover what has changed in the world of watermedia in the last 5 years, from the rising popularity of alternative painting surfaces such as Yupo to collaborations between American and Asian watercolor organizations.
Mary Whyte: Essential Lessons in Watercolor Painting [eMagazine]
Download this eMagazine, presented by The Artist's Magazine, for key lessons from renowned watercolor artist Mary Whyte on creating dynamic works of art. Learn tips on how to take your work to the next level and how to create a foundation on which to build stand-out watercolors.