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Artist's StatementMy influences come from buildings and landscapes within my village and local area including coastal locations. My paintings range from toned hues to bold, vivid colours and capture a sense of light through my application and placement of acrylic paint. I am open to commission a home or memorable place, please get in touch. I also work with pen, ink and mixed media illustrating childrens characters and the world around me .
Art StyleImpressionistic, Contemporary, Traditional, Illustrative
Art SubjectsLandscape, Seascape, Coastal, Architecture
Art Materialsacrylic, watercolour, pen, ink, canvas
Kaela-ann Cooper's Portfolios
This portfolio contains paintings that i have done of wandlebury.
This portfolio cotains paintings i have done of my home village of Linton.
this portfolio cotains paintings i did after a trip to Paris.
this portfolio contains various paintings from coastel places i have been to or family members. it slso includes the coast and inland
This portfolio is a mismatch of various places .
This portfolio includes various illustrations i have done.
This portfolio contains some of the other thingsi do under coopers studio. including needle felting and limited edition mohair bears.
the mohair bears are all one off designs and all hand sewn and designed by me. they have appeared at Alexander palce where i had a stall to showcase them and sell. to do this you have to show them the quality of your work to be accepted to showcase your work.
All the needle felted animals are made from scratch and designed by myself.
The bowls are a mix of wet felting and dry felting.
The pictures are also wet felted and then hand felted on top.
This portfolio is about when i appeard on water colour challage in 2000.
To appear on watercolour challange I applied via an art magazine. I was then asked to go and do a screen test to see how I was with a camera filming. once accepted you are told where you will paint. for me it was debham vale. It was a strange day as normally everyone is side by side but we were positioned one in front of the other. The scene was very basic.. probably why the other lady painted the other contestants. Although they say you get 4 hours to paint there was only 1 camera crew ,no cameras on easels like they do today. We had to stop start so much that you often got stopped in the middle of something and at one point I was trying to lighten the field and add colour but was stopped, hence all the paint dried and looked muddy !. Hannah Gordan was lovely and over all the day was a great experience.
all photos referenced from magazine are from watercolour challange magazine by eaglemoss publications ltd 2000