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Artwork by Sally Storey Jones

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.

About Sally Storey Jones

Sally Storey Jones ARTIST STATEMENT: "Believing creativity and spirituality
are closely related, I try to express my connection with nature
through my art and want to share that bond through my paintings.
I enjoy painting subjects that touch me emotionally and want
happiness and peace to be reflected in my work."

Sally Storey Jones was homegrown in the south, a native of Atlanta, and now lives in Fairfield Plantation, Villa Rica, Georgia. Her love of art began at an early age, inspired by watching her mother’s pleasure in creating colorful images for family and friends. After a brief session of summer classes as a teenager at Atlanta’s High Museum, many years passed until she rediscovered her artistic fire in 2003. At that time she was introduced to Watercolor in classes by Patsy Monroe Harper, one of the most noted Watercolorists in Northwest Georgia. Watercolors became her true passion and have held her attention ever since.

Many have described her art as somewhere between fantasy and down-home country expression. Most of her artwork consists of watercolor paintings from her own photographs. Though many artists have one specialty in landscapes, portraits, or florals, Sally paints a variety of subjects. Her interests cover everything from historic buildings to orchids to fairies. A growing collection of whimsical frog paintings comes from an offbeat sense of humor and a desire to entertain the child in each of us.

She loves painting local landmarks in Carrollton, Villa Rica, Roopville, Bowdon, and Douglasville. She usually starts with old photographs of peeling, dark buildings, but ends up trying to freshen them up to look like they did when they were new. "I enjoy helping people capture their memories."

Her paintings have been accepted in many juried competitions and invitational shows, as well as included in a publication for local metro Atlanta artists. Her paintings have been displayed in the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center, Douglas County Courthouse Gallery, and in numerous local galleries. Her painting “Old Glory” won 2nd place in the State of Georgia Agriculture Day Contest, was juried into the Douglas County Courthouse Gallery, and into the Community Foundation of West Georgia Art Show in Carrollton.

As an exciting finale to 2010, many of her watercolor paintings were selected to be included in two TOWN PLANNER 2011 calendars, for Villa Rica and Carrollton, as well as used on the two covers, and mailed to over 20,000 residents of Carroll County.

Sally is a member of Carrollton Artist Guild and Georgia Watercolor Society. Her work is shown in a continuing display at Cedar Street Antiques and Art, and The Pineapple House in Carrollton.

You may contact Sally by e-mail: