Ange Cooper has been exploring areas of Tasmania for many years. This body of work is about her encounters with the landscape from the Northwest to the Southeast. Containers, shacks, and stationary buses are just some of the interesting accommodation choices for Ange.
Her primary media are painting and woodcut and, while her paintings are rich in expressive colour, her black and white woodcuts also have a strong painterly quality. As an artist drawn to the landscape, Ange’s intense reaction to a place or objects in nature results in art works that reflect her unique vision and way of looking at her environment and the strong connection she has with her subject matter.
Please join us on opening night for drinks with the artists: 5:30 – 6:30pm, Friday 20th August 2021.
Please note that current Tasmanian Government COVID restrictions for gatherings, density and social distancing will be in place.
Location: The Packing Room, IXL Atrium (25 Hunter Street, Hobart)
The exhibition will be open daily 10:00am – 5:00pm, 21st August – October 2021