Sally French resides on the island of Kauai where she maintains a working studio and offers printmaking residencies to visiting artists through Double Dog Dare Studio. She has served as juror for Art Maui, Hui No‘eau, the Shaefer Portrait Challenge, Waimea Arts Council, Hawaii Association of Artists and currently serves on the SFCA Selection Committee for Art in Public Places. She is past president of Kauai Society of Artists and served on their board for over 15 years. In 2018, Sally was the featured artist for the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce Exhibit, the Guest Print Artist for the Honolulu Printmakers Exhibit
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and one of 25 artists selected by the Friends of HiSAM as a Top Pick from the collection of the State Foundation on Culture and Arts/Hawaii State Art Museum. She was a Biennial Artist and awarded 2 solo shows at The Contemporary Museum and has works in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art. Sally has taught encaustic painting at Penland School of Crafts, Denver School of the Arts and has presented and exhibited works at universities, art centers, and galleries across the United States.