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native of Moncton, New Brunswick, Sinclair Healy graduated from Mount
Allison University (BFA) in 1949. He continued his studies (MFA - 1954)
at Columbia University in New York and a Lord Beaverbrook Scholarship
allowed him to pursue post graduate studies at Slade School, University
of London, England in 1956-57.
Sinclair Healy is a gifted teacher and has spent much of his life teaching-
beginning at the New Brunswick Teacher’s College during the 1950’s
and then in the Faculty of Education (art department) of both the University
of British Columbia from 1960 - 1985 and then at Simon Fraser University.
He has exhibited his paintings in many exhibitions in both private and
public galleries. Most recently his work has been featured at the Richmond
Art Gallery and the Burnaby Art Gallery in British Columbia. Sinclair
Healy’s work is found in the collections of The Beaverbrook Art
Gallery in Fredericton, NB, the University of British Columbia in Vancouver,
BC, Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB, the Mendel Collection in
Saskatoon, Sask., and private collections in the United Kingdom, New Zealand,
France, Spain and Sweden.