Our future depends on what we can see by just watching the birds. Learning to get along with others is something necessary to teach our youth. The birds in this painting are not yet adults. :)

- Sally Adams

Youthful Coexistance

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Ready to hang

Signed on front and back

30" h x 48" w x 1.5" d
9 lbs. 0 oz.



Sally Adams
Shelby Township, Michigan

Getting to Know Sally

Sally Adams recalls the moment she became a painter at the age of four; her love for art is innate and lifelong. Her intention is to extract beauty from everyday life. The advice of an art teacher, “less is more,” is one of Sally’s guiding principles. Her artwork brims with intimate simplicity and childlike joy. She enjoys simplifying and sweetening compositions from nature, such as trees and birds, painting only the core components necessary to convey an emotional connection. Sally has three grown daughters who are all active artists, and they work together whenever possible. “I taught them the joy of creating art when they were young,” says Sally, “and they taught me to do what I love for a living, by their own example, in adulthood.”