Cobie Design is dedicated to showcasing the work of just one artist. Fiona “Cobie” Cockburn B.A. Hons.
Graduating with Honours in Digital Art, this artist has utilized her skills to create a variety of original works. Ranging from digital artwork to canvases, from Light installations to Perspex panels, the works she creates are unique.
Visit the Artworks or Graphics section to view a sample of her work. There will be more work posted on this site in the future so be sure to visit again soon and follow Cobie Design on social networks to be kept up to date about any new work and upcoming exhibitions.
Enjoy your visit.
Featured Artist on SaatchiArt.com since 2015.
My work "Glasgow Grit Boards" was chosen by Rebecca Wilson, the Chief Curator of Saatchi Art, to feature in her "New This Week" Collection for the first week of the year 2015. This happened just two weeks after uploading my work for sale on Saatchi Art.
Winner in the 2011 BBC2 "Show Me The Monet" competition.
David Lee, Charlotte Mullins and Roy Bolton were the first to give me a critical evaluation of my work since leaving university. They decided "The Lochs" were worthy of a place in their exclusive exhibition at the Royal College of Art in London on the 2nd of March 2011.
Winner of the National 2010 "Brewdog loves Art".
My design was printed and used as a Brewdog Limited Edition beer label for the opening night of "Musa". A new music and art restaurant in Aberdeen.
"I remember when I was going through the various selection processes for the BBC they kept asking me one particular question. This question is not unusual in the art world. It is in fact a very common question that artists have had to answer for hundreds of years. What isn't common , for most artists, was the statement that came after it usually accompanied by a perplexed look on their face. Before answering them I remember thinking to myself "Well I should hope not. It's mine." - Cobie 2012
The question: "Where did you get the idea for this work?"
The perplexed statement: "Because we've never seen anything like this before."