Danielle Cole is a Toronto based artist who creates playful collages through an assembly of original vintage graphics. Her work often explores the absurdity of domestic roles and the need for material goods. Danielle Cole’s art was selected from 2000 international submissions for Collective Arts Breweries series 8 beer cans. NewAd media, selected her work twice for their Art Here competition, which places original artworks across Canada in restaurants and bars. Her work has been featured in several magazines including editorial work in Today’s Parent 2020 Christmas issue. Riders on the Toronto subway system saw her work during the Life on the Line project, supporting people struggling with mental health issues. Her work has been acquired by the Doug and Laurie Kanyer collection which focuses exclusively on collage. In 2020 she completed a commission to create 200ft of hoardings installed surrounding the Greenwich Village townhomes in Toronto. Recently the City of Hamilton selected her work for their Public Art Traffic box designs. Danielle’s art has found homes in New Zealand, LA, San Francisco, Halifax and Hamilton.
I run adult collage art classes in addition to my own practice. I am also an high school visual arts educator, ACL Arts - TDSB.