Dear friends

Welcome to my quarterly autumn 2007 newsletter. You may subscribe or unsubscribe with a simple click in the box provided below. If you have received the newsletter erroneously, my apologies.

The steel cable and plexiglass façade project at Delheicht School, Esch (LU) - has won IOC/IAKS award IOC/IAKS the prestigious IOC/IAKS Award. One of four Gold Medals for Exemplary Sports + Leisure buildings (judged biannually from over 25 international participations) will be presented in Cologne on Oct. 31 to the winning office Witry & Witry (Echternach), with whom I collaborated on the project.

Work is under way on the new Threelilybuds gallery/spa/wine restaurant near Malmo in Sweden. My work will be on exhibition at the opening scheduled for summer 2008. Please visit for updates.
Portrait of a Crocus Portrait of a Crocus (detail) 2007 Portrait of a Crocus (detail) 2007 Portrait of a Crocus (detail) 2007
Sweden. My new works

The moment has come to say au revoir Luxembourg: I will be vacating my studio at Schleifmillen, 10 rue Godchaux, Hamm in mid-September and therefore not participating in the annual Portes Ouvertes. I will in future be concentrating on my studio in Prince Albert, South Africa. Please feel free to visit me before I leave, an email or phone call at the usual numbers will ensure I’m available for you. From October 2007 I am still reachable on my existing email addresses and via my websites, as well as at +27 23 5411 046 (Tel/Fax).

My newsletter will continue to be sent out, keeping you up to date with latest developments from my studio in the Southern Hemisphere. Should you be planning visits to South Africa in the near future, I look forward to welcoming you to my Prince Albert studio (5 hours north-east of Cape Town).

Since 2000, I have been donating 10% of all art sales to my Skuinshuis Arts Scholarship Fund. This fund currently enables a formerly underprivileged scholar from the Karoo town, Prince Albert, to prepare for a 3-year diploma course in the arts. Your support for my work is of great help to this important cause. Donations are also most welcome: please donate directly to the scholarship bank account number (in my name) below at ABSA bank in South Africa, mentioning your name and address. You will receive regular news of the candidate’s progress during her studies. Bank details: ABSA a/c number: 909 220 1506. Swift code: ABSA ZA JJ

Thank you for your support during my years in Luxembourg and please stay in touch. With warm regards

Sally Arnold


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