I like to create dream-inspired worlds which draw the viewer in. I create them primarily by manipulating color, augmented by small marks, to produce a visually ambiguous space. My hope is that the viewer will experience a sense of mystery and surprise.
Carol Pepper-Cooper holds a MFA from Pratt Institute. In 1971, she established an art program for St. Ann’s Lower School in Brooklyn. She relocated to the Hudson Valley in 1974 and began exhibiting regularly. In 2004, Carol was commissioned to design three seven-foot stained glass windows that were installed in Kingston’s Temple Emanuel. Her work received the 2014 Distinguished Artist Award from the Arts Society of Kingston and the 2015 Sally Jacobs/Phoebe Towbin Award from the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum. Her work is in private homes on the east and west coasts and in the permanent collections of the University of Illinois, Pratt Institute, and Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Carol Pepper-Cooper is a member of the N.A.W.A.
Where Hope Lives
Ink & pastel (11 x 11) 2016 $450 (Framed)
The Light Inside
Pastel & ink (24 x 28) 2016 $1200 (Framed)
Cartography of Dreams
Pastel (14 x 14), 2016 $350 (Framed)