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Sarah Rowe

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Sarah Rowe is a visual and performance artist in Omaha, Nebraska. Her work addresses issues of self-identity and exploitation of natural resources. She re-imagines traditional Native American symbology to fit the narrative of our modern cultural landscape. Her work opens meaningful cross cultural dialogues by utilizing methods of painting, casting, textiles, performance, and Native American rituals in unconventional ways. Rowe is of Lakota and Ponca descent.

Artist Statement

Lakota artist Sarah Rowe confronts issues regarding self-identity and exploitation, and re-imagines traditional Native American symbology and dream images to fit the narrative of today’s cultural landscape. Drawing from skewed imagery in storybooks and history books, in conjunction with images from historical winter counts, Sarah projects her vision and experience into the mix with an offbeat enchantment. Rowe's imagined landscapes are bold and vibrant, containing a shape shifting bestiary layered in tales both familiar and strange.


Mixed Media

Purchase Art by this Artist

Nine Nebraska Print Set

Print / Paper
Byron Anway, Ryan Crotty, Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez, Nathan Murray, Kyle Nobles, Sarah Rowe, Bart Vargas, Kat Wiese

Exhibitions Featuring this Artist

Sarah Rowe
Multiple Mediums
Sarah Rowe
2/3/17 to 2/24/17
Multiple Mediums
Brett Anderson
Anne Burton
Kim Darling
Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez
Karen Kunc
Howard Paine
Sarah Rowe
Toan Vuong
Watie White
Amy Haney
1/4/19 to 1/25/19
Print / Paper
Mark Arnold
Jessica Brandl
Larry Buller
Elaine Buss
Neil Celani
Austin Coudriet
Drew Curtright
Hannah Demma
Adrienne Eliades
Katelyn Farneth
Allie Feezell
Kyle Johns
Brad Krieger
Carol Long
Kyle Nobles
Cathy Patterson
Sarah Rowe
Susan Stark-Johnson
Sandra Williams
Joel Anderson
Anika Major
11/6/20 to 12/25/20
Multiple Mediums

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