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Sally French

Sally French


1947 Born in Stockton, CA
1967 Stephens College, Columbia, MO
1968 University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
1969 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
2001 Penland School of Craft, Penland, NC


Born and raised in California, lives in Kauai, Hawaii, Sally French comes to terms with life and contemporary issues through art using vivid colors, cartoon like imagery and stark honesty.

As a woman who sees a world obsessed with money, youth, pop culture and violence, French is not timid about speaking her mind. French is a provocative artist doesn't hold back. Many of her images are deceptively cheerful with bright colors and child-like images. However a second examination will reveal blunt and shocking truths about our culture's vanity, consumerism and materialism.

Primarily a painter, French uses comic animation as her main mode of expression. By executing highly textured canvases, the artists creates multiple layers that convey her ideas concerning age and other perils of modern society.

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Duck I by Sally French Duck II by Sally French Duck III by Sally French Gak Rabbit by Sally French

Duck I

2003
watercolor, oil surface roll
22" x 22.5"
$900

Duck II

2003
watercolor, oil surface roll
22" x 22.5"
$900

Duck III

2003
watercolor, oil surface roll
22" x 22.5"
sold

Gak Rabbit

2004
etching, chine collè
22" x 30"
edition size: 14
$1,200

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Untitled

2003
monotype
22" x 30"
$2,100

Untitled

2003
monotype
34" x 46"
$2,100