Sally Cook (b.1932-)
Born in Buffalo in 1932, she was raised in nearby Evans, NY. After a year of college, Cook won a scholarship to the Albright Art School. There, from 1951-1955, she studied under highly regarded artists Seymour Drumlevitch and Peter Busa.
With Busa's encouragement, Cook moved to New York City in the late-1950s. At several of the historic Tenth Street cooperative galleries, she became an active participant and frequent exhibitor. The Tenth Street Scene is acknowledged to have been essential in influencing the world's perception of American modern art. She was also an invited member of The Club, a storied meeting place for artists. Its founders included Franz Kline, Will
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