Sara Lovas is a sculptor and public artist who lives and works in Dallas, TX. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Southern Methodist University in Communications with a double minor in Drawing and Philosophy. Her post-graduate studies included art history, sculpture, metalsmithing, welding and casting at the University of North Texas, (Denton), Brookhaven Community College, and the Creative Arts Center.
From 2003 - 2008, she lived and worked in New York City where she earned a post-graduate certificate in Arts Administration from New York University, and worked / welded at the Educational Alliance Art School. She exhibited at The Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, Art Gotham, and 440 Gallery (Brooklyn).
After returning to Dallas, she exhibited in juried gallery exhibitions at 500X Gallery, Craighead Green Gallery, Bath House Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center, Kettle Art Gallery, Hal Samples Gallery, and J.M. Moudy Art Gallery at TCU (Fort Worth).
With her selection and exhibition in Aurora Light of Convergence in 2013, she expanded her practice to include installation and public art. She was selected for both the City of Dallas and City of Fort Worth Emerging Public Artist Lists and has been awarded commissions for the South Lamar Street Sculpture Park (Dallas) and the Golden Triangle Library (Fort Worth).