Sally graduated from the Ontario College of Art as a Textile Artist.   After a 15 year career as a weaver, tapestry maker and teacher as well as co-owner of a loom company, Sally shifted to a career as a museum and gallery educator which kept her busy for 20 more years.

Finally she has returned to her artistic roots, and now works drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpting from her studio in Mahone Bay. Her art reflects her weaver's fascination with line and texture. The human body has been a focus for much of her work. She is also captivated by geological surfaces and subterranean landscapes, having been influenced mightily by six months of living in Australia.

Sally coordinates the Access Art workshops for artists on the South Shore.