In 1998 Sally Rowe left her job and life in NYC, moved to Sullivan County, NY, and never looked back.
The installation of her show Vintage Pain was presented at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) March 22-April 19, 2014. Her ongoing series, Vintage Play, has been included in DVAA’s annual juried Art in Sixes show since 2015. In June 2017, her work was included in the curated group show Night Watch, held at DVAA.
Once the snow flies, Sally can be found with knitting needles in hand. Her sculptural fiber pieces have been presented at local craft events and at DVAA’s Art in Sixes.
One of Sally’s most cherished personal endeavors has been the creation of her perennial garden, chronicled in her upcoming gardening memoir, Diggy Diggy: stories from the flower garden. The garden includes over fifty flowering trees and shrubs, with an emphasis on native and fragrant plants. On any given day, the scent of Lilac, Azalea, or Viburnum can be found wafting through the air.
Sally lives in an old farmhouse in Barryville, NY with her husband Anthony, a psychologist and ceramic artist.