“This show covers a range of ‘things I do’ in the studio. All of them, invented drawings, paintings from life, and quotations, based on observations of people and the world we live in.”
– Sara Hartland-Rowe
About the Artist
Sara Hartland-Rowe has shown work throughout Canada, in the US, the Netherlands, and Argentina. She has produced large-scale wall paintings for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Windsor Art Gallery, Museum London, the Durham Art Gallery, the Koffler Gallery and Harbourfront Gallery. She has won several grants and awards, most recently a Canada Council Creation Grant (2008) and a Nova Scotia Arts Council Grant (2008). Her work can be found in public galleries and institutions, and private collections.
In addition to her studio practice, Hartland-Rowe writes about contemporary art for C Magazine (Canada) and has published essays on the work of Daniel Hutchinson, Sheila Provazza, Jack Niven, and Aaron McLean. Sara Hartland-Rowe is an instructor in the Painting Department at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.