Sheila Bromley Kellogg, 67, of Malvern, an artist, died of a stroke Dec. 7 at Paoli Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Kellogg's portraits and landscapes were shown at galleries in Wayne and New Hope. For the last 20 years, she had worked part time at the Artful Framer in Paoli.

She was active in the restoration of Maj. Gen. William Alexander Lord Sterling's headquarters at Valley Forge National Historical Park. She had served as president of the local and state chapters of the Colonial Dames of the 17th Century and was past president of the Colonial Daughters of the 17th Century. Her ancestor was a Dutch settler in Manhattan in the 17th century.

Mrs. Kellogg grew up in Gladwyne. She graduated from the Westover School in Connecticut and from Garland Junior College in Massachusetts. After studying art for a year in Italy, she earned a bachelor's degree from the Moore School of Art and Design in Philadelphia.

Since 1967, she had been married to Thomas Kellogg. They met as teenagers at Silver Lake in the Poconos, where their families were vacationing.

Mrs. Kellogg battled health problems including breast cancer, heart disease and a broken hip. "She was a fighter," her husband said, "and had incredible recuperative powers."

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Kellogg is survived by a son, Edward; a daughter, Laura; her mother, Marjorie Bromley; two sisters; and three grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. today at St. Peter's Church in the Great Valley, where she was a chalicist and former Sunday School teacher, 2475 St. Peter's Rd., Malvern. Burial will be in the churchyard.