"Noah is foremost a colorist, He loves the seasons, weather, storms, the ocean, all natural elements and the San Luis Obispo, CA. landscape. Nature is his muse... Abstraction is his method. Process uses to create: Noah is an intuitive painter...He goes for it with no pre-planning!"
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San Luis Obispo, CA
"My favorite colors are red, blue, and pink. I like to paint abstract paintings because I like bright colors and crazy shapes. Abstract painting reminds me of hip hop music. Abstract means from my head!"
Making art is Noah’s Life. A self-taught artist, Noah works in an abstract expressionist style. His love for exhibitions and meeting other artists has driven Noah to exhibit his artwork throughout the United States, in Europe and Australia. Having created artwork for over 25 years, Noah is consistently inspired by California’s central coast, media images, and rock and roll. It usually takes several days to a week to complete one of his drawings or paintings which Noah has done hundreds of times. “I feel peaceful and free when painting,” Noah continues, “Art means everything to me.” Noah has lived all over Southern California, including Topanga Canyon, Isla Vista, currently Noah lives in San Luis Obispo, CA.
Noah is on the autism spectrum; because of this he has a unique way of viewing and interacting with the world. One of the most important parts of Noah’s life is having the freedom to express himself visually. His favorite people are other artists and musicians; he enjoys their company most of all. Noah is proud to share his art and it makes him happy to know other people enjoy it. He is looking forward to having his work shared by ArtLifting, hoping that his love of art is recognized by a wider audience.
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