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Drea Cohane

Artist member since 2021
Toronto, Ontario

Drea is a self-taught artist who draws and paints from the city of Toronto.


Work

Sadie
Drea Cohane
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Dai
Drea Cohane
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Florence
Drea Cohane
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Cal
Drea Cohane
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Clem
Drea Cohane
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Cate
Drea Cohane
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Q+A

Best season of the year in Toronto

Autumn. I prefer the cooler weather, as well as the wonderful colour scheme that nature offers up at that time of the year.

Beverage of choice

Tea. I drink copious amounts throughout the day. White tea (Pai Mu Tan) is my current go-to.

Favourite musical artist / band right now

Blonde Redhead

Favourite artist(s) right now

Tina Berning, Anne-Sophie Tschiegg, Egon Schiele, Lucien Freud

How long have you been creating art?

I used to paint and sell abstracts in my twenties. The pandemic + MTBI inspired me to take up art again. I couldn't draw to save my life, so learning portraits has been a huge learning curve for me. I still have so much to learn, and am excited to hone this new skill-set.

Favourite medium

Watercolour

Select Past Exhibitions
2021

The Holy Art, London
Infinity

2021

Las Laguna Art Gallery, California
Painterly

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