Sally Sutton

Sally grew up in Culver City, California and received a BFA from California State University, Long Beach. She completed programs in painting and illustration at the Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles and Art Center College of Design, Pasadena.  She completed her MFA in drawing and painting in May 2013. Her work has been exhibited in Tokyo at the Genkan Gallery of the Tokyo American Club, in the Meiji Gallery in Ginza, and in numerous shows in the United States.  Her paintings can be found in private and corporate collections nationally and abroad.  These include GlaxoSmithKline, SAS Institute, Northern Telecom Japan, Bank of America, SunTrust, UNC Hospitals and Duke Medical Center.


Elijah Pruitt

Elijah Pruitt, Durham native, Hillsborough resident and prominent yoga teacher, will present a curated selection of his paintings at Gallery 71 on Friday, February 23rd from 7-10p. Pruitt’s art education began when a group of hippies —who were friends of his parents—taught him the art of tie-dye. He studied fine-art at East Carolina University and Appalachian State. After noxious chemicals forced him to reevaluate his tie-dye work he became a painter.


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Kenny Glenn

I was fortunate to have been raised in a very diverse region in central North Carolina: a region rich in rural culture, athletics and outdoor life; a region known for its educational institutions, manufacturing facilities and art centers.  My paintings reflect this diversity from rural life scenes to sport fishing, from mountain wildlife to college montages. I believe art should be a reflection of an artist's life.

 My art is an extension of me, my interests, my life, and my core values.  I love nature, the outdoors, the smell of early morning dew, the feel of mist coming off a lake, the sound of pounding surf and the silence of a slight breeze moving through the leaves.  My wife, Ann, and I love to travel to see new sights, to taste new food delights, and to absorb different cultures.  I feel fortunate for my life and for this earth -- what a great gift God has given us.  I hope you can see in my paintings what I have seen and felt.