Sally Meding, a London native, is a signature member of the New England and Southwestern Watercolor Society. She obtained her PhD in Freiburg, Germany and immigrated to the United States in 1990. Sally is a versatile artist who creates mostly semi-abstract works in watercolor on paper. Her artwork is about playing the game of “contrasts” particularly warm against cool, bright against dull, and light against dark. She enjoys the challenge of painting a wide variety of subject matter where a “contrast” catches her eye. Sally has a studio in Natick, MA and she teaches watercolor at all levels in the Metro West area including the Danforth Art Museum, Post Road Art Center, and Needham Community Education.
Sally has appeared on HGTV “That’s Clever” and is published in Nita Leland’s book “Confident Color” (North Light 2008). She has taken many workshops with well-known artists including Jane E. Jones, Miles Batt, Pat Dews, Nita Leland, Carl Dalio, Betsy Dillard Stroud, and Mark Mehaffey. Her work is in private and corporate collections in Germany, UK, California, Texas and Massachusetts.
Fall 2016, WSA Library Show, M. Fitzwilliam Award of Excellence for “Cellular Time;” Juror: Elli Crocker
Fall 2015, WSA Library Show, M. Fitzwilliam Award of Excellence for “Waiting for the Ride;” Juror: David Lang and Felicia Nickola
April 2015, 11st place, Post Road Art Center Abstract Show for “Phenomenon;” Juror, B. Collins