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Seasons Collection by artist Tracey Jane Cooper (FreeSpace #3)

25 Nov

Welcome to the final FreeSpace post from artist Tracey Jane Cooper showcasing 3 paintings  which are part of her….

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 Seasons Collection

– Scottish Meadow, Autumn Fire, Warmth-

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Scottish Meadow

30 x 30 cm acrylic on canvas

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Scottish Heather

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I painted this piece after a recent visit to Scotland. The colours reflect those found in my newly discovered Cooper family tartan. It is based on one of my very first paintings which proudly lives in my home.


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Autumn Fire

15 x 15cm acrylic on canvas

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Autumn Fire

 

This painting reflects a blazing Autumn sunset, the flowers and plants now seedheads, some reflecting in the glory of the sun before they die off in the cold Winter.

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Warmth

30 x 30 cm acrylic on canvas

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Warmth.

Imagine the sky is still blue from a crisp Autumn day, the flora is turning to deeper shades and the sharp breeze is whipping through the air.

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 Biography

Tracey recently began painting again after many years dreaming about it.

I’m inspired by nature, particularly the sky. The sun and it’s warmth or coolness always feature, sometimes you can feel the heat of the sun in them, often the flowers are blistering in the intensity of it and that’s what I like to portray.
 
I paint mainly with acrylic, sometimes with watercolour for more fluidity, depending on the piece.
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https://twitter.com/traceyjanesart

 

If you missed Tracey’s previous two FreeSpaces you can find them here and here.

 

 

FreeSpace is a creative opportunity that offers 3 posts on ArtiPeeps to an individual or group for showcasing or a project. The slots can be taken in a cluster or spread over a period of months. Do get in touch via the contact form on the What’s On page or via comments if you’d like to take up this opportunity.

Inspired by the Sun. Paintings by artist Tracey Jane Cooper (FreeSpace #2)

10 Nov

Welcome to the second of 3 FreeSpace posts from artist Tracey Jane Cooper reflecting upon another selection of her paintings. 

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Inspired by the sun….

– Mellow Meadow and Summer Infusion-

Both 40 cm x 40 cm acrylic on canvas

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A piece, inspired by the sun, it’s light and warmth providing a secure blanket over the land, where the Spring was emerging after the winter, the meadow coming alive minute by minute.

 

Mellow Meadow

 Mellow Meadow

 

Here is Summer Infusion which was on my Weekend Showcase:

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Summer Infusion by Tracey Cooper

Summer Infusion

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In this piece I imagined a warm Summer evening, the sun setting and reflecting onto the wild flowers, causing them to look almost alight and alive. I hoped to portray the warmth and the scent that filled the air.

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Biography

Tracey recently began painting again after many years dreaming about it.

I’m inspired by nature, particularly the sky. The sun and it’s warmth or coolness always feature, sometimes you can feel the heat of the sun in them, often the flowers are blistering in the intensity of it and that’s what I like to portray.
 
I paint mainly with acrylic, sometimes with watercolour for more fluidity, depending on the piece.
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https://twitter.com/traceyjanesart

 

 

Tracey’s next FreeSpace will be on Thursday 25th November.  Do watch out for it.

And look out for the first batch of The Nine Realms poetry coming out this week….

 

 

FreeSpace is a creative opportunity that offers 3 posts on ArtiPeeps to an individual or group for showcasing or a project. The slots can be taken in a cluster or spread over a period of months. Do get in touch via the contact form on the What’s On page or via comments if you’d like to take up this opportunity.

The Poppy Series by artist Tracey Jane Cooper (FreeSpace #1)

30 Oct

Welcome to the first of 3 FreeSpace posts from artist Tracey Jane Cooper reflecting upon one of her series of paintings. 

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The Poppy Series

– Remember, The Unnamed, Unnamed 2-

All 20 x 20cm acrylic on canvas

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I wanted to create a series of paintings that would fuel the emotions of all ages, young and old. I was hugely inspired by the installation of poppies at the Tower of London commemorating the centenary of WW1.

 

Remember by Tracey Cooper

Remember

 

 

The Unnamed by Tracey Cooper

The Unnamed

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My art always stems from the sun and the feelings it gives. However in this instance I wanted it to have the adverse affect to usual. What I envisaged is the landscape after the sun has died, all life has gone until the poppies begin to slowly come to appear.

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Unnamed 2 by Tracey Cooper

Unnamed 2

 

I used many layers and shades in these pieces, working with less colour was more challenging but I think the overall effect speaks volumes. There is no sound, no colour, no life until the bloom.

 

 Biography

Tracey recently began painting again after many years dreaming about it.

I’m inspired by nature, particularly the sky. The sun and it’s warmth or coolness always feature, sometimes you can feel the heat of the sun in them, often the flowers are blistering in the intensity of it and that’s what I like to portray.
 
I paint mainly with acrylic, sometimes with watercolour for more fluidity, depending on the piece.
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https://twitter.com/traceyjanesart

 

Tracey’s next FreeSpace will be on Monday 10th November.  Do watch out for it.

 

 

FreeSpace is a creative opportunity that offers 3 posts on ArtiPeeps to an individual or group for showcasing or a project. The slots can be taken in a cluster or spread over a period of months. Do get in touch via the contact form on the What’s On page or via comments if you’d like to take up this opportunity.


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