Stewart White, designer, illustrator and artist has been a resident of Baltimore for more than10 years and has illustrated and designed architecture for many firms in the Mid- Atlantic region (and occasionally in Dubai). His illustrations have been published in China, Europe and in the US. He is currently a Senior Associate with the AIA award-winning firm Design Collective, Inc. in Baltimore, where his conceptual drawings and watercolors are used to help visualize in the early stages of projects. On occasion, he executes illustrations for publication.
He attended Pratt Institute in 1971, and after a tour of duty in the US Army he attended University of Colorado and transferred to UC Berkeley with a Bachelors degree in Fine Art.
As a member of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI), Stewart has won awards of distinction. As a commercial artist, he has been awarded many prestigious commissions including 70 murals for The Texas Rangers Ball Club, a 100' mural for The US Naval Academy, an exhibit for the Orkin Insect Zoo at The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, The Delaware Museum of History, and 6 large murals for "America On The Move" in the Transportation wing of The Museum Of American History in DC. He has designed and illustrated multiple Movie Palaces for Muvico Theaters and Landmark Theaters. Functioning as an "imagineer", Stewart has conceptually developed Shopping Centers, Malls, Restaurants, Bars and millions of square feet of retail spaces and urban mixed-use projects.
As a practicing artist, Stewart's work has been widely collected. His paintings and drawings that show the urban and rural landscape reflect his interest in light and form. He has won many awards in plein-air events and competitions including the Grand prize in the 2009 Plein Air Easton Competition. He has taught color and perspective at The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) , The University of Maryland Summer Program for Architecture Students and frequently gives workshops and demonstrations. He is currently a member of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painting Association (MAPAPA)