Mary French Sweet

Mary Sweet

Title: Artist

Location: Tijeras, New Mexico, United States

Mary Sweet, Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in acrylic painting, wood block printing, watercolor and Chinese brush painting.

Ever since she was a child, Ms. Sweet loved art. This love manifested throughout the years and culminated into an illustrious career in art. Her work has been exhibited in group shows, solo exhibitions and shows across the United States and on an international level at the Kyoto International Woodprint Association and the Museum of Fine Art in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. She prepared for a career by earning an AB and a Master of Arts at Stanford University in 1969 and 1960, respectively. She attributes her success to those in her life who have always supported her art and to her college professor, Daniel Mendolwitz.

Landscape and capturing places are two of the most common subjects in her artwork. Throughout the years, she has honed her abilities in using acrylic painting, woodblock printing Japanese style with watercolor, sumie ink, Chinese brush painting and artist books. In 2013, her art wasrecognized with a second prize during the Spring Exhibit of the New MexicoWatercolor Society. She has also been featured among Who’s Who in America, Who’sWho in the West and Who’s Who of American Women. In 2010, she was appointed asthe local treasurer of the Albuquerque Art Business Association.

Ms. Sweet has been featured among such group shows as theMuseum of Albuquerque, the Dartmouth Street Gallery, the Weyrich Gallery, Yosemite Renaissance, the Snowgrass Institute, California State University, and a variety of others. As a solo exhibitor, she has been featured at the Works onPapers Gallery, American Home Furnishings Gallery, the Gekas-Nicholas Gallery, the Vallejo Art League Gallery, the Vacaville Art League Gallery, Tuomala’sGallery and the University Club. Throughout her career, she has maintained affiliation with the National Museum of Women in Arts, the New MexicoWatercolor Society, the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies and the Albuquerque Art Museum.

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