- Meridian, Mobil H.Q., Aberdeen Stainless Steel, 1990, 14′ high Photograph © Doug Cocker
- Ben Lomond Memorial Granite, 1997, 3m high Photograph © Doug Cocker
- Fast Landscapes 1&2 and Weather Rack Beech, 2002, 5’x5′, 5’x6′ and 3’x4′ Photograph © Doug Cocker
- Seascape Memorial, KCA Deutag HQ, Aberdeen Douglas Fir, 2010, 10′ wide Photograph © Doug Cocker
- The Plural Wood (various), 2012, 32 works at 1m high Photograph © Doug Cocker
- Associate Elected : 21/03/1984
- Academician Elected : 25/05/2005
Born in Perthshire, Doug Cocker studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art (1963-68) and went on to lecture in sculpture at Nene College, Northampton, followed by posts at Edinburgh University, Glasgow School of Art, Grays School of Art, Aberdeen and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee.
Cocker comes from a long line of farmers and blacksmiths and his work speaks of the history of the rural Perthshire landscape he grew up in. It is unsurprising that nature takes centre stage in his work. His material is mainly wood, in many shapes and forms. He builds his pieces with exact precision developing and forming movement from static material.