Sarah Cooper

New! Commission artwork

Joined Artfinder: Sept. 2015

Artworks for sale: 25


Updates from Sarah Cooper's studio

  • FRESH *new* LOGO!

    FRESH *new* LOGO!

    16 June 2017

    M-esk... November 12th 2015

    M-esk... November 12th 2015

    Where the Magic Happens... Everyday!

    12 November 2015

    4 years ago...

    4 years ago...

    Wow! Has it been 4 years since went in?! I guess so... Loved participating in this. Mine is on page 11 of the gallery:

    09 November 2015

    What's on Your Work Desk Wednesday... September 30th

    What's on Your Work Desk Wednesday... September 30th

    Wednesday September 30th 2015 What's on your Workdesk Wednesday? ‪#‎WOYWW‬ Mine has Odd Bird still a ‪#‎wip‬ on the left, Moondust (formerly Stardust...) waiting to get photographed on the right... and Ponder front and center, that will be what I'm working on today.

    30 September 2015



    ***** BIG ANNOUNCEMENT***** Our 5 year Wedding Anniversary is September 25th, so... We will be offering 25% off for 5 Days! Sale runs Monday September 21st - Friday 25th Originals on ART FINDER: Prints and MANY other print-to-order item sh-tuff on Red Bubble: Prices will already be pre-adjusted at both sites, no code needed! Take advantage while you can!!!

    18 September 2015

    M-esk... Saturday August 5th 2015

    M-esk... Saturday August 5th 2015

    Working on 6" X 8" Into the Deep

    05 September 2015

    Landfillart.Org Project  -2011-

    Landfillart.Org Project -2011-

    My hubcap-art: Global Artist's Project. Landfillart is an international effort encompassing one-thousand-forty-one (1,041) artists to claim a piece of rusted metal garbage and create fine art. The 1,041 pieces of rusted metal are actually old automobile hub caps from the 1930’s through the 1970’s. Each hub cap, after being cleaned and primed, is affectionately called a “metal canvas.” Artists from the beginning of time have used cave walls (Lascaux, France and Altamira, Spain,) walls of pyramids (Egyptians,) animal skins (American Indians,) etc… as their canvas. In addition, as a gallery owner for over thirty years, I maintain that artists, generally speaking, are more ecologically in touch and environmentally aware. Perhaps that is the reason one thousand and forty-one artists readily accepted the challenge and embraced the project. -Ken Marquis, founder

    03 September 2015

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