I paint that which I love and have loved. It is how I see it, how I feel it. Color is my memory, my subject is both simple and abstract. A leaf, lamb, my child, a shadow or a horizon.

New York artist, Jane Cooper, focuses on simple forms, both real and abstract.
Shadows, sheep, a single branch or leaf.  The full breath of a horizon, the lure of isolation and distance.
Her art is affected by light and finds patina in layering and glazing.
Drawn to earth tones, the colors of memory she is inspired by what she loves and has loved.