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Louise Cook



Louise Cook resides in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. For nearly 40 years, she has shared her passion for the prairies in her paintings. Whether it is the vast open fields or rugged northern forests of Saskatchewan, Louise is compelled to explore each of these areas in her work. read more


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Louise  Cook Winter Pond
Winter Pond
Oil on canvas
30 x 39.5 in
2,830 Framed
Louise  Cook
David Milne Point
Oil on canvas
12 x 28 in
1,660 Framed
Louise  Cook
Estate
Oil on canvas
44 x 28 in
3,580 Framed
Louise  Cook
Fall Pond
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 in
1,505 Framed
Louise  Cook From Here
From Here
Oil on Panel
6 x 10 in
495 Framed
Louise  Cook
Garden Layout
Oil on canvas
44 x 28 in
3,580 Framed
Louise  Cook Garden One
Garden One
Oil on Panel
18 x 24 in
1,735 Framed
Louise  Cook
Garden Seat
Oil on canvas
36 x 30 in
2,670 Framed
Louise  Cook Garden Three
Garden Three
Oil on Panel
18 x 24 in
1,735 Framed
Louise  Cook Garden Two
Garden Two
Oil on Panel
18 x 24 in
1,735 Framed
Louise  Cook
Hidden Lake
Oil on canvas
16 x 24 in
1,660 Framed
Louise  Cook
In Progress
Oil on Panel
12 x 12 in
930 Framed
Louise  Cook
Logged - Over Hill
Oil on Panel
12 x 16 in
1,050 Framed
Louise  Cook Morning Air
Morning Air
Oil on canvas
34 x 24 in
2,365 Framed
Louise  Cook North Western Saskatchewan
North Western Saskatchewan
Oil on canvas
16 x 22 in
1,565 Framed
Louise  Cook
Northern October
Oil on canvas
36 x 48 in
4,175 Framed
Louise  Cook
Northern Saskatchewan IV
Oil on canvas
22 x 36 in
2,365 Framed
Louise  Cook
Northern Saskatchewan V
Oil on canvas
22 x 36 in
2,365 Framed
Louise  Cook
Point
Oil on canvas
12 x 16 in
1,050 Framed
Louise  Cook
River Island
Oil on canvas
12 x 16 in
1,050 Framed
Louise  Cook
Road Through
Oil on Panel
6 x 7.5 in
440 Framed
Louise  Cook
Second Interior
Oil on Panel
12 x 16 in
1,050 Framed
Louise  Cook
Sky Changes
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 in
1,735 Framed
Louise  Cook
First Interior
Oil on Panel
12 x 16 in
Sold
Louise  Cook
Mid Day Light
Oil on Panel
12 x 16 in
Sold
Louise  Cook October Fields
October Fields
Oil on Panel
12 x 16 in
Sold

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Louise Cook Biography


Louise Cook resides in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. For nearly 40 years, she has shared her passion for the prairies in her paintings. Whether it is the vast open fields or rugged northern forests of Saskatchewan, Louise is compelled to explore each of these areas in her work.

Louise creates colourful, moving landscapes in oil and watercolour. Her perspective as a painter is that of a city dweller attempting to keep in tune with her rural roots. She is truly one of Saskatchewan’s finest landscape painters.

Louise notes, "A fall driving trip through the Great Lakes area in 2007 has since generated ongoing numbers of paintings, both in acrylic on paper and oil on canvas and board. This vast Great Lakes area still maintains its mystery and identity, little changed from the early G-7 artists’ exploration. Much of it is park—population is spare and communities are far apart.

I have had a great number of visits to Nipawin Provincial Park over the years, camping and hiking in this northeastern part of the province. Because of its post glacial landforms and rich fall colour, painting and photographing there is a wonderful pleasure.

A few years ago, in July, we visited Churchill, Manitoba on Hudson Bay because I wanted to experience an Arctic summer and see the flowers bloom. The train trip, which takes twenty-four hours from The Pas, travels over melting muskeg, which is in itself a visual experience. This is represented in the Arctic summer tundra images."

Selected Media
– Press –
Arabella Magazine, Spring 2013
"Reviews", Galleries West Magazine, April 2012
"The Art of Giving", Green and White Magazine, Fall 2004
"Canada Showcase–Master Painters", International Artist Magazine, June/July 2002

– Publications –
Treasured Moments by John and Monica Kurtz, Centax Books, 1997
Biographical Dictionary of Saskatchewan Artists by Marketa Newman, Fifth House Publishers, 1991

Selected Public and Corporate Collections
University of Saskatchewan
Art Bank
Archives of Canada
Mendel Art Gallery
Canadian Pacific
Cameco
Royal Bank of Canada
Royal Trust
Royal University Hospital
Petro Canada
IBM
SaskTel
SGI
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Saskatchewan Arts Board
Air Canada
Governor General of Canada – Mme. Jeanne Sauvé
City of Regina
Regina General Hospital
Canadian Bar Association
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Investment Corporation of Saskatchewan
Volkswagen of Canada

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