The need to create has always been prevalent in Sally’s life. After graduating from the University of Rhode Island with a BFA in 1985, she worked in several creative capacities, though not necessarily in the traditional sense. In 2008, Sally became a full-time artist. Sally currently prefers to work in oils and explores taking small, everyday objects and painting them on a large scale, focusing on color, form and most importantly light.
The objects she paints are aesthetically pleasing to Sally, and although there are schools of thought that ascertain that the subject matter is of no consequence, Sally chooses carefully what she paints.