Jessica Cooper

As one of Cornwall’s leading contemporary painters, Jessica Cooper has lived and worked in the isolation of West Cornwall’s sparse and weather worn landscape for most of her life.

Having studied at Falmouth College and Goldsmith’s London, Cooper exhibits on a regular national basis, including exhibitions at The Exchange and Newlyn Art Galleries and Tate St. Ives: she is an RWA (Royal West of England Academician) and a member of the NSA (Newlyn Society of Artists). Cooper’s work is held in numerous private and public collections worldwide.


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

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

 

 


Delicate Flowers by Jessica Cooper

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

 

 


You asked me why | Kiwis on a table by Jessica Cooper

YOU ASKED ME WHY | KIWIS ON A TABLE
30″ x 28″

 

 

 


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

 

 


Orangina by Jessica CooperORANGINA – SOLD
15″ x 30″
Acrylic on canvas
2014
£2050

 


No Less Important by Jessica CooperNO LESS IMPORTANT – SOLD
22″ x 22″
Acrylic and pencil on canvas
2014
£2050

 


Small is Good by Jessic CooperSMALL IS GOOD – SOLD
18″ x 18″
Acrylic and pencil on canvas
2015
£1250

 


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

 


Forever by Jessica CooperFOREVER – SOLD
30.5cm x 30.5cm
£850
Comes in a grey wooden frame

 

 


Comes in a grey wooden frameEXTERIOR LIVING – SOLD
56cm x 56cm
£1950
Comes in a grey wooden frame

 

 


 

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