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Julia Cooper’s studio overlooks the Fowey estuary and so the changing lights reflected off the water invariably provide inspiration for her palette. Julia’s abstract paintings are a series of colour notes observed from wild Cornish beaches, coastline and moods of the weather.

The subjects in Julias still life paintings jostle amongst themselves in various bucolic arrangements of flattened perspective and simplistic narrative with softened palettes. Julia regards the works of the St Ives Artists particularly that of William Scott and Patrick Heron as having influenced her own work.

Julia has exhibited across Cornwall, Bristol and London. She studied Fine Art and Interior Design and worked for The National Trust.