John N. StewartJohn N. Stewart
Born in San Bernardino, California in 1940, John
Stewart moved to Glendale, near Los Angeles a year later. He developed
interest in drawing at an early age and began art training at the age of
Stewart studied with the Famous Artist’s Schools in 1956; received a
scholarship to Chouinard Art Institute in 1958; and later attended the
Art Center School in Los Angeles, CA.
Teachers and artists who influenced him were Robert Irwin and Bob
He had a 25-year career as a Scenic Artist for the entertainment
industry with projects for television, motion picture and stage
productions. He also did special art projects for Disneyland, Disney
World, Epcot and Animal Kingdom.
He is a Signature Member of the National Watercolor Society (1976 – )
and an artist member of the California Art Club. (1993 – ).
Exhibits include Lakeland College, Lakeland, Ohio (1977); Horizon Show,
NYC, (1986); Carnegie Museum, CAC show, (1994); Morseburg Gallery, LA,
CA, (1994); Malaga Cove Library, Palos Verdes, CA (2001), Two one-person
shows at Art at the Rep in Ferndale, CA (2002, 2003).
Murals: Glendale YMCA (1957) – Haliburton Restaurant (1958) – Hilton
Hotels (Reno, NV, 1985) – Epcot (1984) – Epcot (1996).
Listings: 1988- Who’s Who in the Entertainment Industry – 1989- Who’s
Who in California – 1989- Personalities in The West – 1990- Five
Thousand Personalities of The World (3rd Edition) – 1993- Who’s Who in
America (Special Supplement)