DOUG WHITE / Canadian landscape artist.
Visual art career information
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Douglas A. White c.s.p.w.c. / c.a.p.i.c. / a.s.a.c.
Educator / Illustrator / Fine Artist
b. 1944 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
art career information............1966
Experience - Art Educator
....1980 - June 2007
years as a full-time college professor teaching
drawing and painting has had its rewards. I have taugh my brand and
method for drawing to between six and seven thousand students in a twenty-seven
year teaching career. Demonstrating and talking to my students about
our craft passed on essential knowledge to the next generation of artist.
Professor / Drawing, illustration, design ....1980 - June 2007
status: Retired from teaching as of June 2007,
Professional Arts Organizations and societies
The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour / c.s.p.w.c
Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications / c.a.p.i.c.
Boathouses. Fenlon falls / watercolour / signed / 14 x 20 ins
Birch trees. Algonquin / oil on panel / signed / 8 x 10 ins
Experience / Commercial Artist.
.1966 - 1985
Illustrator, Toronto ...........................1973 -1985
20 years in advertising with 12 years as a self-employed Illustrator/studio
owner I created a reputation as a high-calibre professional artist with
a recognizable, realistic, commercial illustration and design style.
Work was always completed to my clients satisfaction and on time.
Designer / Studio owner - Toronto / 1973 - 1985
Director - Foster Advertising - Toronto / 1972 - 1973
Professional Experience - Fine Artist / 1982 - present
Currently self-represented Canadian Landscape Works in watercolour,
egg tempera and oil: A member of the Canadian society of painters in
Landscape works / 1990 - 2001: John A. Libby - Fine Art Toronto
Canadian Landscape Works / 1982 - 1988: Setedal Fine Arts Toronto
Exhibits:Landscape works in oil and watercolour.
from 1982 to 2001 through then representing galleries
C.S.P.W.C. / Group Exhibits:
2001 Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour