Lucy Cooper is one of 16 talented locally-based artists exhibiting at London Bridge Hotel OPEN 3: Urban Nature, a public art exhibition which runs until the end of May 2020. This marks the third such exhibition in a series originally launched by London Bridge Hotel General Manager, Julio Marques in 2019, conceived in partnership with Team London Bridge and Southwark Council.  All artworks are available for purchase.

About the artist and the artworks:

Lucy Cooper is a London-based print-maker whose current work explores the theme of reflection. With a lifelong fascination with water and its constantly changing colours, textures and moods, she is particularly interested in the way light plays on the surface of water and the distortions it creates.


Lucy produces both screen prints and digital art. Using photography as a starting point,  she explores unusual and often unexpected combinations of colour and pattern to create semi-abstract artwork, inviting the viewer to consider the subject from a different perspective.

Both prints feature everyday sights of her local Docklands neighbourhood, where the urban cityscape sits alongside the River Thames and is reflected in the wide expanse of water at Greenland Dock. Here, nature and wildlife flourish, offering a sanctuary of calm and diversion from city life. Canary Wharf Reflections is inspired by a view across the dock that is both constant yet always shifting according to the light, weather or season. Greenland Dock Reflection is inspired by a reflection from one of the many houseboats moored on the dock.


Canary Wharf Reflections (top image)

Limited edition archival print

Framed size 60 cm x 60 cm / Unframed paper size 55 cm x 55 cm

Image size 45 cm x 45 cm

Edition of 20

Price framed: £160 / Price unframed: £100


Greenland Dock Reflection (second image)

Limited edition archival print

Framed size 52 cm x 72 cm / Unframed paper size 50 cm x 70 cm

Image size 40 cm x 56 cm

Edition of 20

Price framed: £160 / Price unframed: £120


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