The best of her drawings and paintings from Familiars, Flora and Fauna and Viscera are compiled in this volume, titled The J.A.W. Cooper Genesis Collection.
There are tattooed women, smug animals, grotesque figures, sensuous paintings and anything else that came out of Cooper’s twisted mind. (They are mostly naked, of course.) Drawing on themes of the occult, the artist explores animals as allegories for the human condition, a physical projection of that which is clandestine. Cooper delves into the atmospheric and relational qualities between people, animals and nature. More than 230 works done in pencil, inks, gouache and a variety of additional mediums fill this handy-to-hold and easy-to-reference collection.
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