Phoebe Cope  is an Irish painter based in Scotland & Ireland. Her chief project is the visual appreciation of the people and places closest to her. Her methods are based on life because only reality has that infinity of possibilty. She enjoys the challenge of  tailoring work to the needs of individuals and is currently working on a giant mural and a design for a tapestry for an interior in England.

 August 12th-19th Group Show as part of Kilkenny Festival at Shankill Castle - opening Sun 12th 3-6pm

Recent Exhibition:

May 1st - June 2nd Biggar & Upper Clydesdale Museum, Scotland tel +44 (0) 1899 221050

‘At Home In the Southern Uplands: a Painter's Child’ is an exhibition of recent oil paintings including a display of a current project of grotesque maquettes for Leicester Cathedral. It is a solo show of 30 paintings at the new Biggar & Upper Clydesdale Museum. The work is a direct, fresh response to this unique landscape of the Southern Uplands and explores the themes of motherhood, childhood, pregnancy and the fear often associated with them. She combines a singular sense of perspective with copious colour. Each canvas, a visceral distillation, depicts the cycle of life.

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Current & Upcoming Exhibitions:

Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Summer Show Opens May- August 2018 

'Raising the Roof' Norfolk auction of work as part of Baconsthorpe church

Shankill Castle group show during Kilkenny Arts Festival, 12th August 2018

Nunnsyard Gallery, Norwich, 2 Man Show with Mungo McCosh, April 2019