Sally Penley Art Collections
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Artwork by Sally Penley
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Still I Rise by Sally Penley
Life Dance 2 by Sally Penley
People Will Forget by Sally Penley
Too Soon Old by Sally Penley
All You Need is Love by Sally Penley
Phenomenal Woman by Sally Penley
Ho Ho Ho by Sally Penley
Gratitude by Sally Penley
Be Your Note by Sally Penley
Ask Believe Receive by Sally Penley
Age is Irrelevant by Sally Penley
The Great Northwest by Sally Penley
Everything You Plant by Sally Penley
Teach Them Well by Sally Penley
Grant Us Peace by Sally Penley
Imagine by Sally Penley
Respond by Sally Penley
Courage 2 by Sally Penley
Summer Bamboo by Sally Penley
Sumi-e Dance by Sally Penley
Summer Sunshine by Sally Penley
Our Truest Life by Sally Penley
Three E's by Sally Penley
Let the Waters Settle by Sally Penley
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About Sally Penley
Sally Penley is a graphic designer and lettering artist living in Olympia WA. She began her calligraphic journey almost 40 years ago, studying with such masters as Lloyd Reynolds, Jaki Svaren and Tim Girvin. Sally, who is left-handed, is a fine artist who enjoys the process of creating various media backgrounds for her letters -- acrylic glazes, watercolor, paste papers -- using her favorite tools of choice, handmade Lebenzon brushes and the foam brush.
While letters are her passion, Sally is also passionate about using her art to make a difference. In 2009, she wrote out Barack Obama's entire inaugural address and bound it into small books for family and friends. In 2013, she created an exhibit called "Out of the Silence" to address bullying of LGBT and other vulnerable, suicidal teens. Calligraphers participated from all over North America and sale of the donated art raised over $10,000 for Pizza Klatch, an organization that supports LGBT youth in eleven local-area high schools.
"It's very important to me that I use my gift to inspire and help people see words and thoughts in a new way. I love the process of 'translating' a great quote with a special visual enhancement."
Sally holds a BFA in Design, and before her "day job" retirement, she was director of communications at Weyerhaeuser Company in Federal Way, WA.
Sally has periodic solo shows and curates other artists' shows at the Buck's 5th Avenue Loft Gallery (209 5th Ave. SE, Olympia WA), where she also has a studio and teaches classes.