Black and white, clean and crisp landscapes. Photographs of horses that look fresh out the pages of a fairytale. Close-ups of plant-life that enchant any space.
This all describes the fine art photography of Laura Cope. But, she was never even meant to be the acclaimed photographer she is today. I mean, she used to be an orthodontist for crying out loud.
Born in Brazil to parents who had their own orthodontics university, Cope seemed to have her road paved ahead of her. But, after realizing in her mid-twenties that photography can capture the beauty of the earth; sky, tress, mountains, sea; she carved her own path.
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These days Laura Cope’s art has been recognized by the Tokyo Met and through the luxurious homes of art collectors around the world. Her unique black, white and gold trademarked look make people stop and say “hey, is that a Laura Cope?”
But, even if they don’t recognize her, they surely will admire the photograph.
She may just be our generation’s Ansel Adams.
Her prices start at just $97 and range to about $1,200.
You can get your hands on your own Laura Pope photography print here.