Episode 25: Today, I sit down with Vancouver-based landscape photographer, Karen Cooper, to chat about:
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Article about forest bathing (shinrin yoku)
Karen’s Ethics for Nature Statement
Information about “Big Lonely Doug”
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ABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)
Best known for her dramatic landscapes, Karen Cooper is an international, award-winning photographer based in Vancouver who has made photographing British Columbia her passion for the last 20 or so years. She enjoys developing emerging and experimental mediums that challenge and evolve the long-standing conventions of fine art photography. No subject is altered - every work is an authentic and ethereal representation of that moment in time. She showcases her work through the Karen Cooper Gallery located on historic Granville Island, which is Vancouver's premier art district.
Karen's work represents her declaration for environmental preservation and her deep connection to the land. Her pieces are not just invitations to appreciate natural beauty but are also moments to understand what has, and still can be, lost.