Sara Robichaud


Area of Operation: Vancouver (Lower Mainland) and Vancouver Island

Sara Robichaud is a mid-career visual artist based on Vancouver Island, Canada. Primarily known as a formalist painter, her recent work explores feminine perspectives, memory and place through a site-specific installation in her home. Sara is currently transforming her painting methodology as she works on a series of large-scale immersive paintings centred around practices of care and empathy. Robichaud holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Victoria (Victoria, BC, 2009) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours from Queen’s University (Kingston ON, 1995). Recent exhibitions include Tough (2022) at Herringer Kiss Gallery, The Line Between (2021) at Gallery Jones, Small Gatherings (2020) at Nanaimo Art Gallery and Spectral (2019, solo) at Herringer-Kiss Gallery. Sara is represented at Gallery Jones in Vancouver, BC and Herringer Kiss Gallery in Calgary, AB. Her work is part of the following public collections, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ottawa, ON), Nanamio Art Gallery (Nanaimo, BC) and the Kennedy Arts Centre (North Bay, ON). Other notable collections include the Fairmont Baku Flame Towers (Baku Azerbaijan) and the private collection of Princess Noura of Saudi Arabia. She has taught at the Surrey Art Gallery, the Vancouver Island School of Art and during her Masters, as a sessional instructor at the University of Victoria. Sara has been a GOLDEN Certified Working Artist for Vancouver Mainland and Vancouver Island since 2006.