Sally is a British printmaker and sculptor. The moving figure, rhythm and energy are central to her practice, drawing live during dance rehearsals and athletes’ training sessions, she wishes to capture the essence of fleeting moments of movement. Taking the drawings into further mediums they become abstracted, she is interested in somatic movement, the internal sensations of the performers rather than the observation of movement felt by the audience.
In 2018 Sally won the John Purcell Paper prize at the exhibition, Memory, at the Royal Over Seas League ROSL, London. Her work is held in public collections including the V&A word and image department, V&A archive department, Scarborough Museum Print Archive and in collections of dance companies and corporate companies in London, New York, Madrid, Geneva, Shanghai, Dubai and Ibiza.
Sally lives and works in south London. She studied Fine Art & Dance at Goldsmiths College, a diploma in Printmaking at Goldsmiths College and her MA Fine Art at the City & Guilds of London Art School.
"Sally creates from her very soul. Her essence rings forth. In the work you feel her and the subjects she has captured, the totality of their expression as well as her own"
Fin Walker, choreographer