Art to help you reduce stress and have more beautiful moments 

Sally Evans, Artist

My paintings are created to be a soothing, calming influence, to capture peaceful moments of beauty, joy and inspiration.  A way to savor the moment and add to your sense of well being.

Art that lifts your spirit and reminds you of the good things in your life.

I create impressionistic floral, landscape, and abstract paintings, primarily in acrylics and some mixed media.


Painting with the seed of an idea and intuition, the expressive quality of wind or the way light dances on a flower, allows me to keep a looser style.  As I paint, the work takes on a life of its own.  


My love of color, texture, and design, combined with my fascination of the way our brains work, brought the awareness of what a big impact our surroundings have on the way we feel.


I have been on a wonderful journey ever since then to explore the positive difference that art can make.


Here are a few fun facts about me

  • My husband is also an artist but neither of us painted until after we were married.   

  • We are the proud parents of a wonderful son.

  • I went to Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and graduated with a fine art degree.   

  • I have been a creativity coach helping others to live a creative life.

  • I enjoy inspiring others to create and I taught a variety of creative workshops.

  • I am a certified Zentangle teacher, known as a CZT.

Zentangle created by Sally Evans

  • I make handmade jewelry and still occasionally create a collection.

  •  I was on  HGTV’s  Isn’t That Clever (when it was called Crafters Coast to Coast) .

  • My design work and articles have been published in books and magazines such as Expressions in Clay, Women’s Day, Somerset Studios, Belle Armoire, and Metal Clay Magic.

  • I love every aspect of creativity from making things to creative thinking.  

  • I enjoy sewing, mainly clothes, and some home dec.

  • I like to cook and bake.  I still aspire to make pies like my Grandma used to make.

  • I like anything to do with flowers.  Anyone say garden tour?