Ed Cooper

Ed Cooper

Artwork

Ed Cooper
While wandering I am constantly looking for scenes or objects that evoke an emotional response in me – something I just have to paint. This may be a majestic scene, an interesting object, a wonderful color, a special atmosphere, or a ray of sunlight striking a distant object. I am particularly interested in painting the effect of light on the landscape in the early morning and late afternoon or evening. These are the times for which I live – the time that has the most interesting light and the greatest emotional appeal to me. When I find something that interests me I try to capture it in pa I am a wanderer. I like to wander through the countryside or in the city – by car, by bicycle, or on foot. My constant companions are a pochade box – which allows me to do quick plein-air oil color sketches – and a digital camera. I also have several other easels that I use when making larger and more elaborate outdoor paintings. ​ While wandering I am constantly looking for scenes or objects that evoke an emotional response in me – something I just have to paint. This may be a majestic scene, an interesting object, a wonderful color, a special atmosphere, or a ray of sunlight striking a distant object. I am particularly interested in painting the effect of light on the landscape in the early morning and late afternoon or evening. These are the times for which I live – the time that has the most interesting light and the greatest emotional appeal to me. When I find something that interests me I try to capture it in paint. int.
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Early Spring
Ed Cooper

Early Spring

30 x 40 in

Sunrise Spring
Ed Cooper

Sunrise Spring

48 x 60 in

Marching Clouds
Ed Cooper

Marching Clouds

30 x 40 in

Morning Radiance
Ed Cooper

Morning Radiance

36 x 48 in

November Morning
Ed Cooper

November Morning

48 x 60 in

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