Furness artist welcomes public to home gallery for C-Art 2017

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ARTISTS across Cumbria will be opening their studios to the public this month, with the return of C-Art.

Daniel Cooper is the only representative in Furness, and the acclaimed insight will be welcoming visitors to come and see his home gallery in Ireleth.

Well-established at exhibitions across the region, and with work now in collections across the world, he is known for his highly emotional expressions to the sublime weather in the Lake District National Park and Cumbrian landscape.

Using charcoal and mixed media, Daniel observes reality imaginatively, and aims to communicate the ever-changing moods of the land and skies through personal involvement with the landscape.

Earlier this year, his work became a special feature in The Cumbria Family Business Awards 2017, hosted by Hairy Biker Dave Myers.

After the successful solo show Land Marks at The Beach Hut Gallery, Daniel continues to exhibit widely across Cumbria including the highly-acclaimed new gallery Cartmel Ground.

Last year was the first time that he participated in the Open Studios scheme.

He says: "I really enjoyed my C-Art Open Studios experience last year, it had different feel from a gallery show - our dedicated gallery room, lounge and kitchen with refreshments at our home in Ireleth reflecting the process of my art making.

"This year I'm really excited to again open three rooms of our house, showing a large collection of new original art and limited edition prints.

"My wife Harriet, our daughter Delphine and I warmly welcome you to the opening on Saturday September 9, at 1pm."

Visitors are welcome at Daniel's home in Ireleth on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10, and Friday 15, Saturday 16 and Sunday 17, from 10am to 5pm.

Appointments can also be made during the week.

For more information and to arrange an appointment, visit c-art.org.uk/artists/daniel-cooper or contact Daniel on dlc@danielleecooper.com

Monday, September 4, 2017 at 10:49AM
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