Sally is delighted that her work will feature in “The Transience of Beauty” exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Gallery, Holt, in Norfolk. Her work will be featured alongside some of the UK’s leading portrait and figurative artists. The exhibition is on from 26th February until 5th April 2022. See more of the exhibition here.
In the third and final article about forging a second career in art, Sally offers thoughts on the importance of developing a professional mindset in the April 2022 edition of The Artist magazine, published in February 2022.
“Nancy” and “Lockdown Self-Portrait” pre-selected for 2022 Royal Society of Portrait Painter’s annual exhibition
Sally was delighted to hear that two of her paintings have reached the final round of judging for this year’s Royal Society of Portrait Painters annual exhibition. Sally previously exhibited with the RP in 2019 and 2020. The results of this year’s competition will be available later in March.
In the second of three articles about developing a second career in art, Sally gives her advice on widening your audience and raising your profile in the March 2022 edition of The Artist magazine, published in January 2022.
In the first of three articles, Sally writes about her experiences of starting a second career in art in the February 2022 edition of The Artist Magazine, published in December 2021. Available in shops, or can be ordered online.
Sally has been commissioned by King’s College School, Taunton, to paint headmaster Richard Biggs MA BSc. The painting will hang within the school and will be unveiled in July 2022. Sittings for the painting took place in October. During her stay, Sally was delighted to give a talk to 6th form art students about her journey to becoming an artist and her creative process.