Stewart White, “Place de la Republique Limoux,” watercolor, 10 x 15 inches

Easton, Maryland’s premier gallery — South Street Art — is currently highlighting the works of two gifted painters during its October show. Both artists are accomplished painters in different mediums in this versatile display of plein air magic.

On view now through November 10 at South Street Art Gallery in Easton, Maryland, are paintings by well-known artists Stewart White and Patrick Lee. In fact, both artists were introduced to gallery owner Alan Brock during Plein Air Easton, one of the largest and most prestigious outdoor painting events in the United States. “Brock was so impressed with Lee’s work in oils that he purchased six paintings created by Lee during Plein Air Easton in July,” the gallery writes.

Patrick Lee, “Kitchen #3,” oil, 20 x 24 inches
Stewart White, “Buy Boat,” watercolor, 12 x 16 inches
Patrick Lee, “Upstairs Hallway,” oil, 24 x 20 inches

“Both White’s and Lee’s skills include working in more than one medium,” the gallery continues. “White, from the Baltimore area, is an accomplished watercolorist known for his mastery of architectural scenes. He has carried his love of urban scenes into oil paintings and will have paintings in both media on display. Lee, from Pittsburgh, creates evocative light-filled oil paintings of landscapes and interiors that demonstrate an intense subject focus. He is equally adept with acrylic, which he employs to produce quick expressive figure studies from live models. His small acrylic figure studies will be on display along with his larger oil paintings.”

To learn more, visit South Street Art Gallery.

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