“I’ll walk where my own nature leads.” Emily Bronte
paintings are expressive works of contemporary art that are constantly
evolving. I paint with a combination of vivid colors, line and design
that constantly challenges me by the emotions I feel when painting.
Color has been the focus of my paintings for the last ten years and my
are inspired by nature and the sense of humor that life has to offer. I
want to convey to my viewers that commonplace subjects can be viewed in
has a BFA in Graphic Design and Fine Art from the University of South
Carolina and was beginning her career as a graphic artist when she
realized something, she was bored. However, a vacation to the deserts of
the Southwestern United States changed everything. During her trip, she
was introduced to artists from the area whose dramatic use of color
stirred her soul.
was when Sally realized her lifetime goal was to become a fulltime
painter. She’s been following that dream ever since. Expressive use of
color and bold designs are the hallmarks of Sally’s style. Though she
started with watercolors, she now enjoys pastels, acrylics and mixed
subject matter ranges from the beaches of Florida to the deserts of New
Mexico and Arizona. She finds the palette of the deserts a refreshing
change from her native South. In addition to her landscapes Sally loves
animals and creates whimsical works inspired by dogs, cats, horses and
any other creature that catches her fancy.
received two of the top five awards in the International Society of
Acrylic Painters Juried Exhibitions in 2005 and 2007. Her paintings
“Donkey Drool” and “What’s Up?” were awarded the prestigious M. Graham
& Company Merchandise Award. Her painting “Southwestern Moon” was
exhibited at the prestigious Salmagundi Club with the Pastel Society of America juried exhibition 2008 in New York, New York.
paintings have been exhibited international juried shows, galleries and
museums, all over the United States and her work is collected by a
varied group of corporations including Tampa Bay Magazine, US
Airways Club at the Tampa International Airport, The St. Joe Company,
Coca Cola Corporation, Chili’s Corporation, and Walker and Company Inc.
Winter Park, Florida.
Recent exhibitions include New York City, NY.,
Martha’s Vineyard, MA., Charleston, SC and Winter Park, Fl.
Currently US Airways features her paintings in the US Airways Club at Tampa International Airport. Her paintings were also on display in the American Embassy in Rome,
through the Art and Embassies Program in 2001. Sally’s work has been
selected as the featured art for several art festivals in Florida over
the past ten years. “Santa Fe Poppies” graced the cover of Tampa Bay Magazine in their September-October of 2002 issue. In Spring 2011 Sally was the featured artist of The New Barker magazine with her painting of “Bella and Bentley”.
Her lithographs have appeared in the television show Nip/Tuck and the movies American Dreamz and Shock and Awe.
Sally has signature memberships to The International Society of Acrylic Painters and Acrylic Painters USAA.
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Description from Merchant:
8x10 inch print reproductions are signed open editions printed on matt photo paper using Epson ultra chrome inks. The images sizes are approximately 5x7 inches. They are packaged with a foam core backing in a clear bag for protection.These prints will fit any standard 8x10 frame.
Giclee Art Prints (pronounced "gee-clay") is the term used for what is currently the most advanced digital fine art printmaking technology. High quality digital images are created from the original artwork and printed with 8-color to 12-color professional printers and archival quality inks onto various surfaces. The giclée printing process provides incredibly detailed prints that last longer (in excess of 120 years) and have a brighter, crisper gamut of color that is far beyond that of lithography, producing a print that is rival to the original painting. All Giclée Prints are printed on fredrix WR777 canvas with a uv coating. Paper Giclees are printed on Hahnemuhle - William Turner water color paper
I sign all the Limited Editions on canvas and paper. I print, sign and bag the 8x10 prints. I also stretch most of the giclees on the canvas bars in my studio.