Sally Pierone

Artist, Person

1921 –

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Who is Sally Pierone?

Sally Pierone is the former art director of the Marshall Plan who in 1952 worked at the American Embassy in Paris creating posters, booklets and displays to help rebuild Europe after World War II.

A family counselor as well as an artist, Pierone created the image of "The Raft", enlarging upon Virginia Satir's concepts of family roles by showing how four personality stereotypes counterbalance one another. She is the subject of a biography, Sally — The Older Woman's Illustrated Guide to Self-Improvement, by Judy Laddon.

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Born
Feb 10, 1921
Spokane
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on July 23, 2013

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