Frequently travel and teaching overseas provides inspiration and "changed my way of looking at the process of making art work. While in Europe, my powers of observation seem to increase dramatically as I am drawn to different and stimulating new subject matter. Each country has its own distinct look...suggesting a whole range of painting possibilities." Consequently, Walsh has added teaching workshops in Europe to her several U.S. locations.
The artist's watercolors are found in numerous corporate and private collections and often featured in the American Watercolor Society's traveling show. Listed in the "Who's Who in American Art," she is a member and Vice President of the American Watercolor Society and a Fellow in the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts in London, England. In addition, Walsh is the featured artist in the Fall 1994 Watercolor issue of American Artist.
Originally from Philadelphia, Walsh divides her time between her home on the upper west side of Manhattan and her studio in Lloyd Harbor, Long Island, NY, when not teaching and traveling.