Sally Siddiqi's artwork grew out of her career as a landscape designer and executive for environmental design organizations, both nationally and internationally. Her work captures the sense of place, from the most representational paintings to the most abstract. She believes that there are a myriad of unseen forces in the landscape, which she captures through a range of techniques and media.
Sally graduated from the University of Washington in landscape architecture, and was honored in 1994 with a Loeb Fellowship from Harvard's Graduate School of Design. She served as Executive Director for the US Green Building Council New York Chapter and as Executive Director of the American Institute of Architects - New York Chapter and the American Institute of Architects Foundation for Architecture - New York Chapter. She also directed global programs for the United Nations Environment Programme.
Sally studied drawing and painting with noted artists Jon DeMartin in New York City and painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia with Joseph Sweeny and Jill Rupinski.
Sally has won several recent awards for her paintings from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
She is currently a Strategic Planning Consultant with The Source of Synergy Foundation.