Mary Trevor, printmaker, photographer, and teacher, has exhibited in solo and group shows, both nationally and internationally. She has shown with artists such as Christo, Robert Raushenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Philip Pearlstein, and Red Grooms. 


Much of Mary's inspiration for her photo-etchings has grown from time spent in the ever changing South Bronx area of New York City. Her media includes various forms of intaglio, including etching, photo etching, and aquatint, as well as collagraphy, paper making, photography, and giclée.

Born in New York City, Mary Trevor earned a B.S. and M.S. in Art from Queens College, studying with Robert Birmelin. She also did post-graduate work in graphics at Pratt Institute and post-graduate studies in graphics and photography at the State University of New York at Purchase.

Selected Collections

Smithsonian Institution

Library of Congress Print Collection

The New York Public Library Print Collection

Museum of the City of New York

American Museum, Bath UK

Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, corporate headquarters NYC

Seth Godin, author, entrepreneur, marketing consultant, film producer

Selected Competitions and Exhibitions

U.S. House of Representatives, Washington D.C.  (solo)

New York Inspired: Past and Present    John Szoke Gallery, New York, NY

Architecture in Contemporary Prints    Pratt Graphic Center, New York, NY

Miniature Print Biennial    International Graphic Arts Foundation,   John Szoke Graphics,   New York NY     Silvermine Guild,  New Canaan CT

The Prints and the Paper    San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, CA

Through Women's Eyes    WomanKraft, Tucson AZ

Marymount Manhattan College Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

Artists Invite ARTISTS    Southport CT

Bruce Museum, Greenwich CT

Sotheby's, New York NY


Selected Awards

International Graphic Arts Foundation Purchase Award

John Judkyn  Memorial Purchase Award