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Tara Cochrane
to see more work please visit my official site:www.taracochrane.com
Updated 1 years ago.
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This Account Created Jun 20, 2007 10:34 pm.



Tara Cochrane
A pure abstraction, bursting with chaotic energy. Acrylic on stretched canvas. Sides painted, no need for a frame.
UD: 1 years ago
Print Size: 8 x 10
Original Size: 18 x 24
TX
Tara Cochrane
An ethereal dreamscape of flowing organic forms and otherworldly figures.
UD: 1 years ago
Print Size: 8 x 10
Original Size: 18 x 24
TX
Tara Cochrane
A portrait of a little green man with a big gold halo. Alien as creator, or a juxtaposition of two of our culture's most popular personifications of power and mystery? Layers and layers of paint give this piece dramatic, landscape-like ...expand text.
UD: 1 years ago
Original Size: 9 x 12 x 3
TX
Tara Cochrane
Oil pastel on paper from 2005 presenting a fantastic semi abstract vision of the night sky over the ocean.
UD: Aug 25
Print Size: 8 x 10
TX
Tara Cochrane
Three black birds and a telephone pole and wires against a dreary swimming grey sky. Captures a mood of desolation and attention to mundane detail. Mostly black and white with highlights of peach. Created in 2005 in North Carolina. Acrylic ...expand text.
UD: 1 years ago
Print Size: 8 x 10
TX
Tara Cochrane
UD: 1 years ago
Original Size: 9 x 12 x 3
TX
Tara Cochrane
Collage from a sketchbook incorporating magazine cutouts, butterfly wings and watercolor. The pages are burned through so you can see the color on the page behind it.
UD: 1 years ago
Print Size: 8 x 10
TX
Tara Cochrane
dove/pigeon goddessacrylic paint on thick stretched canvas. 2009.
UD: 1 years ago
Original Size: 24 x 36
TX
Tara Cochrane
This piece was inspired by a book I read called "Japanese Death Poems" which records the tradition of zen monks and haiku poets writing a final poem on their deathbeds. It had many of these "death poems" from over the ...expand text.
UD: 1 years ago
Print Size: 8 x 10
TX
Tara Cochrane
The jackal-headed Egyptian god Anubis emerges from a cacophony of geometric abstractions in vibrant colors.
UD: 1 years ago
Print Size: 8 x 10
TX



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