In a geological age rerouted by human-influenced disturbances, we can no longer afford to think of our natural environment as separate from humans. My work addresses the physicality that characterizes our impact on human rights and ecology, one where death and displacement is a possible result.

Throughout my artistic career I have experimented with non-traditional painting techniques and produced symbols of aesthetic and social contemplation. My painting practice has centered around representing artistic language, ephemeral spaces, documenting individual experiences and translating coexistence onto the canvas.

Trevor Coopersmith is the founder of the Urban Art Scholarship Foundation and holds a Bachelors in Art from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Coopersmith was recently accepted to the University of London Goldsmiths MFA program but has withdrawn to pursue his artistic career elsewhere. Trevor has exhibited internationally, online and is a current artist in residence in College Station, Texas.