Sally Wood Winslow graduated in studio art from the University of Kentucky, and attended graduate school in sculpture and theater at Arizona State University. She worked as a professional artist for many years in Miami and the Florida Keys before settling in Rochester full time. She became founding director of High Falls Art Gallery in 1992. The gallery operated as a part of a city and state visitor center at the Rochester Waterworks (1873) near downtown’s hundred-foot waterfall. The location brought thousands to its laser show, museum, and gallery in the historic district of early mills and factories. High Falls Art Gallery enlivened the regional art scene by welcoming local artists of all ages and skill levels to exhibit. With 21 years of City sponsorship, the gallery displayed the work of thousands of artists in group shows and solos. Since the gallery was closed in 2013, Sally has returned to making art. She has taken classes continually, enjoyed teaching at RIT. She is a sales representative at Rochester Art Supply and Enkaustikos, maker of one of the world’s finest encaustic paints.