Rosa Mindreau

SKETCH's featured artist

Rosa Mindreau is a Toronto-based visual artist. A graduate of the Art Institute of Toronto, and soon to be graduate at Toronto School of Art, Rosa specializes in multiple forms of printmaking such as Screen-printing, Block Printing and Etching. She also creates mixed media pieces that range from 2D to 3D, with elements of encaustic and acrylic painting, found objects and collage. She has exhibited and sold work widely across the city including at the Artist Project, Queen West Art Crawl, The Gladstone (as part of Come Up To My Room), North by Northeast, Whippersnapper Gallery, AWOL Gallery, and many others.

Rosa is dedicated to alternative and accessible learning opportunities for emerging artists. She has conducted printmaking workshops at her own studio, as well as at PARC (a drop-in centre in Parkdale), Queen West Community Health Centre, Pathways to Education (in Rexdale), and Sketch Working Arts.

She avidly supports social justice, accessible housing and grassroots community endeavors—Rosa has donated original artwork for exhibitions and auctions to support Sketch Working Arts, the United Way, and GBLGay Youthline, among others.

Her work has been featured in the Toronto Star and online art forums.