Sally Myers earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Fine Arts in Fibers at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Later, she earned a Masters in Teaching Art and a Ph.D. at the University of Arizona, Tucson. A few years ago, she retired from teaching in the Art Department at
Ball State University in Indiana.
Her work has been shown in exhibitions all over the United States including the 27th International Exhibition on Animals in Art, Earth, Wheel and Fire International Juried Ceramics Exhibition, the International Juried Exhibition at The Herbst International Exhibition Hall at the Presidio of San Francisco, California, Smithtown Township Arts Council, Smithtown NY , The Holter Museum of Art ANA 33, Helena Montana.
In April, 2014, she installed a 3,000 pound public sculpture titled Growing Through the Changes in front of city hall in Muncie, Indiana. From June until September, her large work, titled Walking on Bones, consisting of steel columns and trees will be on display at Blandy Experimental Farm and the Virginia Arboretum. She lives on a beautiful farm in Frederick County, Virginia, with a dog, cat, and a few guinea fowl.