Jessica Cooper

Jessica CooperJessica Cooper RWA
Jessica Cooper has lived and worked in Cornwall’s West Penwith for most of her life. She studied at Falmouth College of Art and at Goldsmith’s, University of London, and is a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists, Penwith Society of Artists, and is an elected RWA.

She exhibits regionally, nationally and internationally on a regular basis, including exhibitions at The Exchange and Newlyn Art Gallery, the RWA, Tate St. Ives and New York art fair. Cooper has also worked on specific design projects and collaborations with Nathan Outlaw and St Enodoc Hotel, Arbor Collective, Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, King + McGaw for John Lewis, Art Press, Simon Marsh of Paupers Press and Tate Enterprises.


The Plumbline by Jessica Cooper

THE PLUMBLINE
30 x 32 inches
£2800

 

 


Will you travel the world with me by Jessica Cooper

WILL YOU TRAVEL THE WORLD WITH ME
24 x 24 inches
acrylic and pencil on canvas 2017
£2600

 

 


Lola in the desert by Jessica CooperLOLA IN THE DESERT
24 x 24 inches
acrylic and pencil on canvas 2017
£2600

 

 


Inspired by Today by Jessica Cooper

INSPIRED BY TODAY
32 inches x 34 inches
acrylic and pencil on canvas
£3000

 


Flowers of Today by Jessica Cooper

FLOWERS OF TODAY
15 inches x 30 inches
£2300

 

 


I'll be loving you til the day I die by Jessica Cooper

I’LL BE LOVING YOU TILL THE DAY I DIE – SOLD
74cm x 79cm (framed)
£2600

 

 


Delicate Flowers by Jessica Cooper

DELICATE FLOWERS – SOLD
32″ x 34″
£2950
Comes in a grey frame

 

 


The Lone Martini by Jessica CooperTHE LONE MARTINI
10″ x 10″
Acrylic and pencil on canvas
£975

 

 


Flowers From Monday by Jessica CooperFLOWERS FROM MONDAY | STUDIO TUESDAY – SOLD
24″ x 24″
Acrylic on canvas
£2275

 

 


Yes I Will by Jessica CooperYES I WILL – SOLD
30″ x 28″
Acrylic on canvas
2015
£2750

 


Her work is loaded with artistic integrity and an appreciation of simply being: her paintings conveying those overwhelming moments of understanding and feeling that life can occasionally dish up. In her subtle hands, less thus really does become very much more, the objects a quietly poetic metaphor for human existence. – Elizabeth Knowles OBE