Sally uses a variety of materials to express her ideas in abstract form: dye, oils, acrylic, paper, clay, plaster, wood and glue. She moves between 2 and 3 dimensional applications.
Since achieving her FdA degree in 2012, Sally has developed skills in textiles and ceramics. She is influenced by Anish Kapoor’s use of colour and form; Hiroshido Shindo’s work with dyes; Patrick Hughes’ take on false realities; Mary Martin's forms; and David Nash's work with wood.
Sally is interested in universality and origins; the chaos and harmony of life. This results in works encompassing geometric shapes – cubes and spheres, pyramids and triangles. Recently she has been exploring the inclusion of ceramics and textiles in her fine art.