Sometimes described as a magic realist, Cooper brings an unapologetically female perspective to her subject-matter, which encompasses sexuality, motherhood, life and death.
“We need to respect and protect things that are important to us. I thought a lot about loss and love when I was painting my rhino. She’s named after my mother who passed away 15 years ago. Once something or someone is gone you never get them back.”
Image Credit: Hugh Kelly
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Rhino Location: St Paul’s / Paternoster Square
Western corner of Paternoster Square
Outside Artigiano Espresso and Wine Bar