James Pringle Cook

Oil Painting

Taos Aspens #4 detail
"Jim Cook understands paint. He understands that painting is a
language of experience, and like any other language, it is
continually evolving, building on the momentum of its own
history, and releasing the potential of its infinite possibilities to
those who care enough to unlock its secrets."
Anthony Pessler


Road to Taos-Fallow Ground 60x70

Showing January 2017 at Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, Mo

Showing February 2016 at Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, Id
Showing April 2015 at Davis Dominguez Gallery, Tucson, Az
Showing May 2015 at William Havu Gallery, Denver, Co
Showing July 2015 at Altamira Fine Arts, Jackson, Wy
Showing Fall 2015 at Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, Id


Showing Nov-Dec 2015-Bereishit-Heaven and Earth, paintings by Sandra Kaplan and James Cook, Mizel Art and Cultural Center, Denver, Co


The Painted Image
Roswell Art Museum, Roswell, New Mexico 2016
Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, Llindsbory, Kansas 2014
Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, Kansas, 2013


Installation Photos at Gail Severn Gallery

Road to Taos-Fallow Ground © 60"x70"  

See also: DeAnn Melton, Ellen A. Cook, Gary Hughes

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