Trina Bohan is an artist from New Zealand, best known for her dramatic landscapes of the Hebrides and Loch Ness, and distinctly bright and beautiful color scheme. She paints using an earth pallete, but ultramatine blue is her favorite color. Her horizons sometimes seem like a straight line right throught the painting. The artist is also interested in figurative drawing, and likes using large canvases. Colin McCahon’s landscapes had an influence on her work.
She was born in New Zealand, where she completed her studies and received a degree in Graphic Design. Bohan is a member of the British Watercolour Society. She has exhibited her works all over the world, from the United Kingdom do Indonesia. Some of the venues where she has exhibited include Shako – Bengal Gallery in Dhaka, Bangladesh; Jack Tierny Gallery in Aberdeen, and Dundas St Gallery in Edinburgh.
She illustrated two Balinese children’s story books, entitled Balinese Children’s Favorite Stories and A Club of Small Men. The artist also exhibited with Group Sembelan (Nine) in Jakarta, which is a female artist group known for its political commentary.
She is represented by Jack Tierney Gallery in Aberdeen, and Lowe-Holland Gallery in Penryn, Falmouth.
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|2015||Timelines||Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, UK||Solo|
|2015||Group Show||Jack Tierney Galley||Group|
|2014||Undercurrents||Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh||Group|
|2014||Group Show||St Margaret’s House||Group|
|2014||Group Show||Jack Tierney Gallery||Group|
|2013||A Space in Time ll||Dundas St Gallery Edinburgh||Solo|
|2013||Edinburgh Arts Fair||Corn Exchange, Edinburgh||Group|
|2013||Macmillian Art Show||Bonhams, Queen St Edinburgh||Group|
|2013||Group Show||Jack Tierny Gallery, Aberdeen||Group|
|2012||A Space in Time||Arts Complex Edinburgh||Solo|
|2012||Group Show||Jack Tierny Gallery||Group|
|2011||Group Show||Jack Tierny Gallery, Aberdeen||Group|
|2010||Group Show||Peacocks Gallery Aberdeen||Group|
|2008||Meri na Man Exhibition||Moresby, Papua New Guinea||Solo|
|2006||Violence Against Women||Bengal Gallery, Dhaka||Group|
|2005||Shako||Bengal Gallery, Dhaka, Bangladesh||Group|