Drea Cofield works and lives in Brooklyn, New York. In 2008, she received her B.A. from DePauw University (Indiana), and in 2013, her M.F.A. from Yale University School of Art (Connecticut). Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Ideal Glass Gallery (New York, NY) and Durden & Ray (Los Angeles, CA), and group shows at Able Baker Contemporary Gallery (Portland, ME), Stella Elkins Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), Coustof Waxman Gallery (New York, NY), and the National Academy of Design (New York, NY). She did mural commissions for ICFF exhibition in New York and Olde Mecklenbery Brewery (Charlotte, NC). In 2016, she curated “Bomb Pop-Up! Show: A Three-day Three-Story Art & Music Show” in Brookyln, NY, and "I Want to Believe," an Art & Music Residency in New York, NY. She is the recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Grant and the Yale University Gloucester Painting Prize. Recently, she has been featured in the Brooklyn Rail and Precog Magazine.