Sally Veach is a painter with a BFA from Syracuse University, practicing in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and is newly juried into a studio at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA. She has exhibited throughout the Eastern and Southeastern region of the US and her work is in numerous private collections. With her paintings, Veach explores the restorative effects of the natural world, the sublime power of nature, and her own ancestral heritage. At times, she connects these subjects to global issues such as environment, immigration, and colonization.

Ghosts of a Forgotten Landscape: Paintings by Sally Veach was exhibited at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester, VA from July 2019—March 2020. Her painting Harvest Ghost was acquired by the museum and is on view in the museum. Veach was a panelist for the public discussion, Women in the Arts, moderated by Kathryn Wat, Chief Curator of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC, with Celeste Feta, Director of Education at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA.

Residencies include the Vermont Studio Center, Weir Farm National Historic Site, Lodestar School of Art (Ireland). Additional exhibitions include the Delaplaine Arts Center, Frederick, MD, Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC, The Athenaeum, Alexandria, VA, Anne Neilson Fine Art, Charlotte, NC, The Haen Gallery, Asheville, NC, Anne Irwin Fine Art and Thomas Deans Fine Art in Atlanta, GA, and Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, NYC.