Sherry Stuart

Sherry Stuart

Title: Artist

Location: Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

Sherry Stuart, Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in painting.

Drawing for as long as she can remember, Ms. Stuart has become known for both her traditional and representational realism art and her figurative art. She paints primarily with rich colors, and is constantly refining her unique style.  Although she is quite skilled at landscapes and still life, her preferred subjects are inspired by her interest in the history and tradition of the American West. Her art is notably featured in books like “Western Horseman,” “Equine Images,” “Cowboys and Indians,” and “A Century of Sanctuary: Art of Zion National Park.” It is also in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the St. George Art Museum, the Phippen Museum, the Great Plaines Art Museum, and the Arizona Military Museum.

Over the years, Ms. Stuart has shown her work at a variety of exhibitions and juried competitions as well. Her most recent was in a show called “Miniature Masterpieces” at the Pippin Museum in Arizona, preceded by “Cowgirl Up!” at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum and the National Juried Exhibition of American Women Artists at the Rockwell Museum in New York, all in 2018. Ms. Stuart has also been active at locations such as the Tucson Desert Art Museum, the Open Range Gallery, and the Sherwoods Gallery, among others. In recognition of her talent, she won accolades like People’s Choice Award from the Second Anniversary Western Art Classic and First Place and Best of Show from the Minnetonka Center for the Arts.

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Who’s Who of Professional Women

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