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Sally Hamilton


Sally Hamilton presents paintings expressing the juicy rich colors of autumn persimmons and rain-plumped succulents found in her garden. As the persimmons ripened, they softened to a red-orange succulence. The succulent plants also became fuller and richer in color with the rain. In our dry environment, these paintings of moist moments in time can make the succulence permanent.
Sally Hamilton, an award winning oil and pastel painter, is a past President of the Santa Barbara Art Association, a founder of SCAPE-Southern California Artists Painting for the Environment, a founder of MAST- Mesa Artists Studio Tour, and a founder of the SBAA Student Art Fund. She has been painting for over twenty years, choosing a variety of themes and media styles – figures, landscapes, still lives and abstracts.