The foundry has been running a little late due to heavy scheduling demand. Therefore, the estimate I gave earlier regarding the new piece “Wind Riders” is off by 2 weeks. I will be at the foundry on June 1/16 putting the finishing touches on it…pictures to follow.
I just took a new piece (Wind Riders) down to the foundry to be cast. Wind Riders consists of 3 maple leaves blowing along in the wind. The leaves are bronze and the wind is stainless steel. It will be an edition of 30 and I will get a picture and all of the information… Read more »
Well, it has been a long time since I last updated my website but, now the new site is up and running. I can now post easily and update images and text quickly and offer special pricing and discounts as they become available. Please take a moment to check out the galleries and feel free… Read more »
Artist Brent Cooke holds an eagle head, part of a piece he’s working on, at his Langford home studio. It’s been a successful summer for Cooke, who won the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Robert Bateman Award for his contributions to conservation through his artwork, and was named the Artists for Conservation’s Festival Artist Patron for 2015…. Read more »
Press Release Brent Cooke Receives CWF’s artistic award for wildlife conservation OTTAWA, ON (June 23, 2015) – Brent Cooke of Victoria, BC is the recipient of the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) 2015 Robert Bateman Award recognizing a group or individual who brings awareness to conservation through artistic work. A marine biology technician by training and… Read more »
While there have been advancements in technology, many use the methods that were used in the Bronze Age in order to cast their bronze. Here are some steps to take to do this: Pattern The first step is to create the pattern, which is the oil or water based clay positive of your… Read more »
Well, I finally have my blog working after many years of it being in hibernation! I will now regularly post items that you may find interesting. Please feel free to drop me a note and I will answer any of your questions. I though I would show you my last finished piece to start. It… Read more »
Touchdown (a bufflehead duck coming in for a landing) is now a completed work and can be seen on the Gallery page.
Just back from a very successful show in beautiful La Quinta CA, close to Palm Springs and other gorgeous dessert communities. Lots of great art at the show, loads of great people visiting our booth, and here’s my newest piece shown at this, it’s first show.
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