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Darlene Cole
 

Darlene Cole: 2011 Exhibition Catalog

 
  Darlene Cole - Brave as a bear (we kissed as the sky held us close)



Brave as a bear (we kissed as the sky held us close)
oil on canvas
36 x 36 in.  
$6480
 
  Darlene Cole - In blush time (if my heart could talk)



In blush time (if my heart could talk)
oil on canvas
60 x 48 in.  
$10800
 
  Darlene Cole - Museum (before the theatre grew dark)



Museum (before the theatre grew dark)
oil on canvas
20 x 20 in.  
$3600
 
  Darlene Cole - Vintage Suite (when the night comes)



Vintage Suite (when the night comes)
oil on canvas
66 x 48 in.  
$11400
 
  Darlene Cole - Canopy (raw honey)



Canopy (raw honey)
oil on canvas
54 x 60 in.  
$11400
 
 
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Darlene Cole

Cole received her Bachelor of Fine Art degree from Queen's University, Kingston and her Masters of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Waterloo. Darlene Cole is a rapidly rising young talent with an impressive exhibition history and is represented in collections across the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom. From small oil on panel works to large-scale canvases, Cole captures loosely rendered moments in time. Her gestural brushstroke and curiously cropped imagery create both energy and tension. Cole almost always uses the figure. She is interested in what she perceives to be the disappearance of childhood, the loss of innocence and security. Although she sets up a narrative, Cole does not supply any solutions and it is this sense of mystery or secrecy that makes her painting intriguing.

Darlene Cole has been exhibiting with the Foster/White Gallery since 2005.
 
Exhibition Catalog
Cole 2011