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ZENITH – The Fells of Cumbria
2nd April – 2nd May 2022
Lakes Art Gallery, Grasmere, Cumbria
In the year celebrating a decade of Daniel Cooper Art, the artist exhibits his brand-new solo show ZENITH – The Fells of Cumbria at Lakes Art Gallery in the heart of Grasmere. Lakes Art has shown Cooper’s work for most of his professional career, in particular his signature Peaks series of the fells of Cumbria in charcoal and mixed media.
ZENITH will feature in a dedicated space in Lakes Art Gallery and sees a new collection of original drawings and paintings by Daniel Cooper, together with his limited edition signed prints. The Peaks, made using locally sourced charcoal and mixed media, captures the movement of light and cloud on the isolated summit of the fells and crags in Cumbria. From the stunning views of the Langdales from Windermere to the dominant Skiddaw in the north, Cooper narrates high drama in with his minimal style.
The essence of Cooper’s work over the past ten years comes from his desire to communicate a personal and emotional response to the landscape. The Lake District has become the inspiration for his expressive skies, and the fells being a part of the stage that is set on Cooper’s art.
“The Peaks are representative of a single solitary moment - a happening within nature’s infinite forms, that leaves time and space to the imagination of the viewer.” - Daniel Cooper
ZENITH – The Fells of Cumbria by Daniel Cooper opens on Saturday 2nd April 2022 and runs until 2nd May. All originals and prints will be for sale and opening times are in line with Lakes Art Gallery: Mon-Fri 11am – 4pm and Sat & Sun 11am – 5pm. Free entry.
April 2022 - ART FOR UKRAINE
An auction to help aid the effort for the people of Ukraine (Auction ended)
It has been difficult to talk about the devastation in Ukraine publicly and it has been heart-breaking to see the scenes, especially of the people from such a beautiful country. My thoughts are with the families of all the Ukrainian people. I was born in Shrewsbury, England with strong Ukrainian and Eastern European roots on my mum’s side. My grandparents came to England from Ukraine after the end of World War II. I have been deeply saddened by what is happening today. I hope for peace, and an immediate ceasefire. Today, like many others across the world, I wish to contribute to the effort to aid the most vulnerable. I am donating to help protect children and families in Ukraine by giving to UNICEF – follow this link unicef.org,uk