With almost 40 years in the Canadian Art Scene, Artist Jack Whyte has now entered The Digital Realm with his Virtual Gallery.

Canadian Artist Jack Whyte's Virtual Gallery

Jack was born in Canada in 1939. Self-taught, he has continued to make his living as a professional artist for the past 39 years. He has worked in many mediums including oils, acrylics, watercolours, print making, sculpture, video and music. He has gained the most recognition from his unique four-dimensional concepts and paper collage.

Paper Collage Closeup Detail
This is a detail shot from "Bull's Ghost"
His works have been featured on the cover of the Canadian Medical Association Journal (May 15, 1985); the cover of the book The Plastic Orgasm by Laverne Barnes; The Toronto Star's Canadian Magazine (April 29, 1972); and on the set of the popular T.V. series "Me and Max", created by Steve Smith of "The Red Green Show".

To create the art featured on his website Jack uses a unique paper collage technique which he has developed over a 20 year period.

Jack has exhibited his work in group and individual shows in Canada and the United States since the early '60`s. He has lived on Manitoulin Island, Canada, for the last 28 years. Each August he has a one man show at the Gore Bay Museum featuring his recent works.
Paper Collage Closeup Detail
This is a detail shot from "Bull's Ghost"

Jack Whyte's Virtual Gallery Consists of Six Sections :

Gallery 1
Gallery 2
Gallery 3
Gallery 4
Gallery 5
Gallery 6

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Jack Whyte's online gallery has remained virtually unchanged since it was originally commissioned in 1998. In 2015 Jack unvieled Jack's Time - an interactive 3D gallery - to coincide with the launch of his one-of-a-kind memoir Scrapbook: a story of art.

All original artwork ©1998 Jack Whyte