Archive of Author | Sophie Erin Cooper

Sophie Erin Cooper is a visual artist born in Brecon, Wales who now lives and works in Bath. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Bath Spa University and creates work exploring the intricacies in the natural world and intangible human experiences; such as memories, thought patterns and the passing of time. She has been awarded residencies at The Control Room Bristol, Bath Artists’ Studios and 44AD artspace and was selected as a finalist for the Creative Bath Awards in 2017. Her piece ‘A Split Second of Humanity (Phase Two)’ was selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018 and is currently being exhibited on a national UK tour. More details on her work can be found at www.sophieerin.co.uk

Articles with Sophie Erin Cooper


Fragility and impermanence

“I am interested in fragility and capturing the essence of beauty in the inconsequential, the fragile, the imperfect. For me this encapsulates something very human; our vulnerabilities and unescapable impermanence.”

Sophie Erin Cooper creates work exploring the intricacies in the natural world and intangible human experiences; such as memories, thought patterns and the passing of time. Her piece ‘A Split Second of Humanity (Phase Two)’ was selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018 and is currently being exhibited on a national UK tour.