‘Sally's work has hung in collections and exhibitions in Hong Kong, Paris, Germany and the States alongside that of both contemporary artists and great masters like Picasso, Rembrandt, Palmer and Dürer. It has even replaced the gap left when transport and humidity prevented the safe arrival of the Ravenna Murals for the 'We Three Kings' exhibition in 1995. Being controversial helps too. Ironically, the same three paintings had been the centre of a censorship row. They were removed from a solo show in Oxford, having been labelled 'too powerful and disturbing'.
‘Sally's work remains a personal visual interpretation of the world and its forces. She creates work around archetypes in her search for the roots of language. Hence the deliberate use of symbols with obvious connotations yet multi-layered interpretations. Her distinctive work has been described by critics as visionary. To say that Sally's work has taken the art world by storm would be selling her short.’ Ian Kuah, Stratos magazine, USA 1998
‘Sally Annett's paintings combine the subconscious and underlying truths of human emotions, with compositional trickery, post-modern painterlyness and multi-layered imagery all bound together through her creative process.’ Stephen Snoddy, Director of Milton Keynes Gallery
She has published The Atavist Tarot book, deck and presentation set.