(1917 - 2005)
Sally Glenn was active/lived in California. Sally Glenn is known for watercolor painting.
“Sally Glenn was born in Los Angeles, California in 1917. She is a native daughter as far back as her great grandparents. She received her Art training at U.C.L.A. where, after 4 years, she graduated with honors in art and a teaching credential in art. She married and has 3 children; however, she always continued to paint and do some sculpturing. She is known principally for her watercolors but works in all mediums.
Her awards are: 1st prize in Watercolor at the Los Angeles County Fair, 1960;
Award for Watercolor in the Pasadena Society of Artists Annual at the Pasadena Museum 1956, 1957; the Pearl Guenther Award for Figurative Painting in 1959 in Women Painters of the West; 1st Prize in Watercolor in Santa Paula; 1st Prize in Abstract Watercolor at the Pasadena Art Fair 1961, and others.
She has had several one-man shows and has shown in various museums in the west.”
January 1962 Laguna Beach Art Association catalog
Source: Nancy Dustin Moure, "Publications in California Art No. 11 , Index to California Art Exhibited at the Laguna Beach Art Association, 1918-1972; 2015 edition"
Sally Glenn (1917-2005)
Watercolorist. Born in Los Angeles on April 25, 1917. Glenn earned her B.A. degree at UCLA. For most of her life she lived in South Pasadena. She died in Irvine, CA on April 14, 2005.
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