Mark Stewart is an award winning american watercolor artist.
Mark offers original watercolor paintings, giclees and limited edition prints of landscape, portrait, and still life subjects in the style of master watercolor artists like Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper and Andrew Wyeth. We welcome you to browse our site and explore the unique character and stunning subjects of Mark's watercolor paintings.
NOW AND THEN
Where is he now - Southwest Art revisits Mark at this stage in his career. read more
Mark began painting almost 40 years ago. The May 2015 issue explores the influences that started it all. read more
SEE MARK'S WORK ON INSTAGRAM
Get a closer look at the studio, the process, and the history of Mark's work and 40 year career told in pictures . . . click here.
SEE MARK'S WORK ON PINTEREST
See and study much more of Mark's work, past and present, on PINTEREST. See pencil drawing, preparatory watercolors, and finished watercolors from the beginning of his career until now . . . click here.
Shows and Openings
See where Mark's original watercolor paintings can be seen around the country. read more
SOMETHING DIFFERENT HERE
MarkStewartWatercolor is offering something a little different in way of giclee prints. Click here to view...
Check out two beautiful new watercolor paintings of beloved scenes from the Texas A&M campus, Mark's alma mater. Both images are available as fine art giclee prints. Click here to view . . .
watercolor book available
A watercolor painting demonstration by Mark Stewart appears in a new watercolor painting book by Walter Foster Publishing, entitled "Different Strokes." Purchase a copy inscribed by Mark Stewart here...
In The Studio
Watercolor artist Mark Stewart escorts you step by step through the construction of his watercolor painting “Afternoon Watch.” read more
Art and Romance . . .
Mark and Sue's book Heartwork: Loss, Love, and Art in the Ordinary Life, can now be read on the website. Their story is uniquely combined with Mark's watercolor paintings. Click to begin
Explore the meaning of Mark's watercolor paintings in the Fall 2006 issue of InformArt. . .click here
That Which Stirs
Ever wondered what life with an artist is like? Mark's wife Sue writes movingly of their life together in That Which Stirs: Reflections on Life with an Artist.read more