Tara Cooper – Weather Girl

A blog about the on-going Weather Girl project.


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Trailer for Supercell, Weather Girl Goes Storm Chasing. Next storm chase in June, northern Great Plains.

Know Which Way The Wind Blows, etching on paper, edition of 60.


Summer group show opens today at Loop Gallery at Dundas and Ossington, 2-5. Good Weather 24” x 48” woodcut 2011.

Summer Collage—Blue Skies Ahead… 

Today’s weather forecast; The Calm Before the Storm at Toronto Island Marina.

Under the Weather:
Over the course of a week—Sunday May 20th to Sunday May 27th—Weather Girl (artist Tara Cooper’s alter ego) will be forecasting the weather on Toronto Island. Most of Bell Canada’s booths on the island are designed to shelter the phones; they leave callers exposed. Mirroring a desert island mentality, their structures’ imply communication needed for emergencies. Reflecting a similar need for lifelines, Under the Weather offers daily meteorological advice via seven different phone booths. Drawn in chalk the advice is impermanent; it is susceptible to inclement weather. Although it still costs money to make a call, Weather Girl’s advice is free. 

This is a part of the Tel Talk project; here is a link to the blog:


Two of my biggest fans digging the TH&B2 installation in Hamilton.

TH&B Collective presents: 

TH&B2 located in a 30 000 square foot warehouse space (formerly a textile mill), Hamilton, Ontario. The opening is tonight from 8:00 pm on, but the show runs until May 12, 2012. Weather Girl is one of 18 artists occupying the space. Drop by if you’re anywhere near Hamilton. 

Cloud 9, the 9th cloud refers to one of the nastiest clouds, very high, cold and lucky, easy to spot, go indoors. Reductive mono-print, basically scratching away. 22” x 30”.

Silver Lining installation shot, water-jet cut aluminum.

Once in a Blue Moon, maybe a 4 or 5-colour silkscreen 22” x 30”.

Chasing Rainbows, 22” x 30” 5-colour silkscreen.

Clear as a Bell, 22” x 30” 4-colour silkscreen.

Weather Warnings, 3-colour silkscreen 22” x 30”.

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