The Karen Cooper Gallery was a real find on our recent visit to Vancouver. The gallery offers a wide range of specialist, photographic, fine artwork show casing the striking beauty of British Columbia. We found just the right artwork to grace our home. Thank you Karen it’s what memories are made of.

Gerald and Wendy Dimmock, Adelaide, South Australia

As regular international visitors to Vancouver for many years, we enjoy a visit to Karen’s gallery every time we are in Granville Island. We have always admired her wonderful images of the natural beauty of British Columbia, much of which we have experienced and appreciated ourselves. So much so that we have now acquired a small collection of Karen’s work which takes pride of place in our lounge back home in Scotland. Her gallery is a “Must visit” destination for anyone who appreciates beautiful images of the scenic variety of BC. Karen’s eye for a scene brings out the best of it.

Ailsa and John Hutton, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Vancouver is a city full of art galleries, many of them really good art galleries. But there’s a few that are REALLY good. The ones that literally take your breath away when you walk in, that open themselves up layer by layer and suck you in emotionally. The Karen Cooper Gallery on Granville island is one of THOSE galleries…

Karen has taken a passion for the visual and a brilliant sense of design and combined them to create stunning works, in multiple formats, that portray British Columbia’s natural beauty and wonder. Every image has a story, and the stories reflect the artist’s dedication to the environment and its inhabitants. Her gallery is on our must-see list whenever we are making the trip to Granville Island. Put it on yours, you will not be disappointed!

Perry Lowell & Yvonne Peddemors, Langley, BC

They say that the best thing about memories is making them, we have plenty to share from our recent travels through Canada and Alaska. Your artwork will be a constant reminder of a wonderful adventure.

Gerald and Wendy

Thank you so much for your help in bringing the West Coast to the residents of South Granville Park Lodge.
It was a daunting task having to find artwork that could connect to a range of people and tastes. I had walked past your gallery in Granville Island lots with my puppy, and really connected with your work before we even met.
When I approached you with our project, for our complex care facility, you immediately got what it was we were hoping to accomplish. After selecting the right pieces, the rendered images you produced so we could get a visual sense of the photos in our space, was very helpful in being able to communicate what the final install would look like.
The difference that your photos makes to our 34 residents who call the 2nd Floor at the Lodge home, is undeniably positive. I love them all, but especially the squirrel and other forest animals.
Thank you for being a part of making the Lodge a more meaningful home.

Jeremy Sicherman, Administrator, South Granville Park Lodge

We had the chance to visit the Karen Cooper Gallery while in Vancouver.  What a great JOY it was!  We were fortunate to meet Karen and talk with her.  The many gallery images were every bit as brilliant as the reputation we’d heard of Karen’s creative photo art expertise.  For six years, we’d been searching for a piece of art to adorn a space in our waterfront condo in downtown San Diego.  And, there it was! DreamKeeper! This awesome 80 X 35 image now graces our primary bedroom and can been seen down a long hallway the minute one enters our home.  It reminds us of the rainforest trails around our home on Harstine Island in Puget Sound.  We are thrilled with it and grateful to Karen for creating this cherished image.  Hearing the story from Karen of the quest to capture the image ofDreamKeeperadded to our delight.  Plus, Karen and the gallery staff made the process of safely shipping this large piece of art to our California home very simple.  We look forward to visiting the Karen Cooper Gallery every time we are in Vancouver and have been encouraging others to do likewise.     - John & Craig