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Sara Hartland-Rowe

Sara Hartland-Rowe

Visual Arts

Sara Hartland-Rowe is a painter and installation artist who lives in Halifax with her husband and son. In her first career as a professional musician, Sara played with the Calgary Philharmonic, the Vancouver Symphonythe Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Toronto Dance Theatre, and in numerous string quartets.

Hartland-Rowe attended NSCAD (BFA 1990) before moving to Chicago for post-graduate work (MFA, UIC Chicago, 1993). She returned to Halifax in 2000. Hartland-Rowe has exhibited across Canada, and in the US, South America, and Europe. Significant solo and two-person exhibitions include Small World (Textile Museum of Canada, 1998), Days Are Where We Live (Museum London, 2000), The World in the Evening (Dalhousie University Art Gallery, 2002)all things good and pure (Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 2004), Look to the Living (MSVU Art Gallery, 2012) and sweet, sweet painting (Hermes Gallery, 2020)Travellers (2014), a permanent public art commission for Halifax Transit, at the Dartmouth Bus Terminal, was a finalist for the Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia’s Masterworks Award, 2015.

Hartland-Rowe has received funding from national and provincial arts councils; her work is in private and public collections. She is an instructor in the Painting and Drawing Department at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

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