Sally Trueman was born in 1960 and studied at The University of Brighton.
In 2000 Sally and her family moved to the South of France, where she was commissioned to do a series of large canvases depicting the landscape and colour of the region. This had a profound influence on her working style, which can be seen in her interpretation of nudes in water and beach scenes, which she has become well-know for today.
Sally has work in both private international collections and in the Museum Carcassonne and the Brighton Museum. Her paintings have been published in a number of magazines and books including 'Artists and Illustrator' and 'The Neurobiology of Painting' by
F. Clifford Rose.