Sally Stryker has lived a life in the arts.
An accomplished modern dancer, classical singer, actress and sailor, she was a scholarship student at Alvin Ailey’s in New York,
taught modern dance to senior citizens and high school students at the Harlem School of the Arts,
toured the US with Richard Harris in Camelot, starred Off Broadway as Angela,
the muse of a Post Modern Lenny Da Vinci with the New York Shakespeare Festival and has sailed the world’s longest freshwater race from Chicago to Macinaw three times.
After producing original theater shows in Atlanta and creating a computer graphics training company in Chicago, she started exhibiting her artwork in 2001 and now travels between her studios in East Hampton and the French West Indies.
Exhibition Highlights Sylvester & Co. Water Show, Amagansett,
NY (August 2008), Guild Hall Members' Show, East Hampton,
NY (March 2008); Water Mill Museum, Southampton,
NY (June 2007); Femmes Forces, Chicago,
IL (April 2007); Porto Gallery, St. Barts, French West Indies (January 2006); Chicago Art Open, Chicago, IL (October 2005); solo exhibition at Hôtel Le Toiny, St. Barts, FWI (March 2005); Naples National Art Festival,
Naples, FL (February 2005); Competition Finalist, Anguilla International Arts Festival, Anguilla, British West Indies (December 2004).