Thursday, 10 February 2011

Eileen Cooper

I picked up on the OCA introduction to Eileen Cooper's work.  I hadn't seen her work before.  It is primitive modern expressionism dealing with human form and life. Her use of colour and form are modern and explore themes of water and drowning, amongst other things. If one needed to see how to represent the human form in a non-representational way, this would be a good place to start. Her work can be seen at

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