Julia Cooper

Bonbon

oil on panel
38 x 48cm

 

 

Gateaux

oil on panel
59 x 74cm

 

 

Praline

oil on panel
38 x 48cm
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Comfit

oil on panel
24 x 28cm
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Profiterole

oil on panel
24 x 28cm

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Gingerbread

oil on panel
38 x 48cm

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Artemisia
oil on panel
17 x 18cm

 

 

Anthemis
oil on panel
17 x 18cm

 

 

Alchemilla
oil on panel
17 x 18cm

 

Cookie
oil on panel
24 x 28cm

 

 

Petit Four
oil on panel
17 x 23cm

 

 

Chiffon
oil on panel
38 x 48cm

 

 

Mascarpone
oil on panel
58 x 73cm

 

Saffron
oil on panel
70 x 100cm

 

 

Mille Feuille
oil on panel
58 x 73cm

 

 

Marzipan
oil on panel
24 x 28cm

 

 

Cupcake
oil on panel

24 x 28cm

 

 

Fudge
oil on panel
24 x 28cm

 

 

Chou
oil on panel

17 x 23cm

 

 

Strudel
oil on panel

17 x 23cm

 

 

 

Crepe
oil on panel

17 x 23cm

 

 

Clotted

oil on panel

70 x 100cm
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Cashew
oil on panel

17 x 23cm

 

Cassia
oil on panel

70 x 100cm

 

 

Galette
oil on panel
24 x 28cm

 

 

Filo
oil on panel
24 x 28cm

 

 

Patty
oil on panel
24 x 28cm

 

 

Tarte
oil on panel
17 x 18cm
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Mousse
oil on panel
60 x 80cm

 

 

Banoffee
oil on panel
17 x 18cm
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Baguette
oil on panel
38 x 48cm

 

 

Torte
oil on panel
60 x 80cm

 

 

Tatin
oil on panel
45 x 60cm

 

 

Parsley

oil on panel

24 x 30cm
 

 

 

Chilli
oil on panel

70 x 100cm
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Jasmin
oil on panel

40 x 50cm

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Aubergine

mixed media on panel
22 x 28cm

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Cayenne

mixed media on panel
22 x 28cm

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Paprika

mixed media on panel
22 x 28cm

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Keel
mixed media on panel
21 x 22cm
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Anchor
mixed media on panel
23 x 25cm
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Broach
mixed media on panel
24 x 21cm
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Tarragon

mixed media on panel
22 x 28cm

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Camomile

mixed media on panel
22 x 28cm

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Rue

mixed media on panel
22 x 28cm

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Comfrey

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Olive

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Hickory

mixed media on panel

44 x 54cm

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Squall

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Haven

oil on canvas

19 x 22cm

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Trough

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Riprap

mixed media on panel

58 x 68cm

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Ferry

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Drizzle

mixed media on panel

17 x 22cm

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Coombe

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Walnut

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Lantic

mixed media on panel

38 x 49cm

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Fennel

mixed media on panel

38 x 49cm

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Spice

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Honey

mixed media on panel

22 x 28cm

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Bitter Lemon

mixed media on canvas

61 x 71cm

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Coriander

mixed media on canvas

78 x 98cm

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Picholine

mixed media on board

22 x 28cm

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Sage

mixed media on board

22 x 28cm

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Samphire

mixed media on board

46 x 60cm

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Tansy

mixed media on panel

17x 27cm

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Painting Pots

 

The depiction of timeless but essential kitchenware is an enduring tradition. Julia finds painting still life the perfect subject with which to study form and colour juxtaposition. With a selection of muted tones she works until the paintings take on a time worn character, scraping back to past history within the layers.

 

With careful placement Julia constructs the spatial tension and relationships between objects to create a quiet, contemplative narrative.

 

The term Wabi-sabi represents a Japanese aesthetic and a Japanese world view. It means finding beauty in imperfection, modesty, intimacy or austerity. Julia likes to think of the objects in her still life paintings akin to such an aesthetic, a bit faded and quietly satisfying.

 

Julia Cooper studied Fine Art and Interior Design eventually working with the Cornwall National Trust. She has regular solo and group exhibitions in Bath and Cornwall.

 

 

 

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