Kate Wyatt of Kate’s White Paper explores painted mediums with landscapes and botanicals through watercolor and oil paintings as well as original linocut prints. All original artwork can be found on prints, notecards, coloring cards, and salvaged tiles and wood.
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Kate’s creativity is constantly inspired by the outdoors, whether it’s backpacking trips in the mountains or backyard gardening. Kate’s White Paper art strikes a balance between soft ethereal emotions and strong graphic representation.
The Botanical Collection
This collection features stunning watercolor paintings of beautiful plants and flowers Kate has come across. Painted and composed from original photos, their design and negative space bring a new take to your typical botanical paintings, evoking warmth and familiarity with your favorite plants.
The Landscape Collection
These whimsical depictions of colors, sunrises, mountains, and the like will evoke a sense of wanderlust every time you look at them. Painted in oils or watercolor, each painting is unique and subject to the beauty in how the paint dries or lies across the paper.
The Salvaged Works Collection
One of the most unique collections available, featuring original oil paintings on salvaged architectural and building materials, each piece is one of a kind and guaranteed to be a conversation starter.
About the artisan:
With a background in architecture and a love of the outdoors, Kate plays a lot with structure in her compositions as well as draw color inspiration from nature. The name Kate’s White Paper is meant to illustrate the openness of her creativity. She never know what she’ll be putting down on the (usually) white paper, as she love to experiment with new ideas and mediums.
Kate’s White Paper