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Sherry Blanchard Stuart

   8402 E. Country Club Trail
    Scottsdale, AZ 85255
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   Phone: 602-738-4941
Artist Statement

A lifelong love for the American West inspires me to paint. My subject matter may vary but for the most part I seek interesting light qualities and compositions which come from a direct observation of nature and a reverence for its truth and beauty. Figures, animals, and the landscape all play a part in what I choose to paint. The historical American West is also important in my work.
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Born in Newport Arkansas, raised in Wichita, Kansas and currently living in the Sonoran Desert of North Scottsdale, Arizona. Sherry has been painting most of her life. A recipient of a BFA degree in painting and graphic arts from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design; she is a signature member of the American Plains Artists, Oil Painters of America, a Master Signature member of American Women Artists and a founding member of Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak . She is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and has been featured in Southwest Art, The American Artist, Cowboys and Indians, Western Horseman, the Illustrator, Wildlife Art and Appaloosa Journal magazines and the books Art of the American West and A Century of Sanctuary: The Art of Zion National Park

Working in traditional style, Stuart paints with a richness of color that illuminates the intensity of sunlight upon her varied subject matter. Her work is both traditional and representational in style and she paints figurative as well as landscape and still life; but the majority of her work is western and equine subjects. The history and tradition of the American West inspires much of her work.

Sherry’s work is in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, a purchase Award, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Purchase Award, Wickenburg, Arizona, the Phippen Museum in Prescott, Arizona and the Great Plains Art Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska, purchase Award; the Arizona Military Museum, Phoenix, Arizona and the St George Art Museum in St George, Utah. Sherry’s awards include the Award of Merit at the American Academy of Women Artists annual show in 2005; and the “Best of Show” at the American Plains Artists annual show in 2005 and 2007,and the Award of Merit in 2008, and the “Best of Show” at the Cowgirl Up! at the Desert Caballeros Western Art Museum in 2008. Her work has been displayed in many juried and solo exhibitions nationwide and can be found in private and corporate collections worldwide.

Sherry is constantly refining and developing her unique style. She hopes to continuously grow and broaden her use of light, values, and color, and push her work to the next level.

Sherry would like the viewer to share her excitement of subject matter and style and remember her representation of the American West.

Contact Sherry: 602-738-4941

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