Lot 390 - Noelle Phares - Green-Washed Boughs
Acrylic and Gouache on Paper
A6 (16x11cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Noelle Phares brings a fresh perspective into her contemporary landscape paintings through examination of the tension between organic and synthetic. As an environmental scientist by training, she allows the same topics that drove her work in the natural sciences to now guide her creative endeavors. Her body of work combines landscape elements with structural geometry to create fractured architectural landscapes that explore the ever-encroaching presence of humanity into previously pristine open spaces. Noelle exhibits regularly via fine art galleries domestically and internationally and has collaborated with outdoor brands such as Merrell, Wylder Goods, 4FRNT Skis, and Smartwool. She holds a BS in Biochemistry, and an MS in Environmental Science. She has been painting throughout the American West over the last decade, and currently lives and paints full-time out of Denver, Colorado.
Master of Environmental Science and Management, University of California Santa Barbara, 2014. Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, University of California Santa Barbara, 2008.
2/2023 (Upcoming) Solo exhibition, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art – Boulder CO
3/2022 Solo exhibition, Space Gallery - Denver CO
10/ 2021 Solo exhibition, Hancock Gallery - United Kingdom
7/ 2021 Solo exhibition, Harris Harvey Gallery - Seattle WA
3/ 2021 Group exhibition, Western Gallery - Austin TX
10/ 2020 Solo exhibition “Fountainhead”, Space Gallery – Denver, CO
2/ 2020 Group exhibition, Western Gallery - Austin TX
9/ 2020 Solo exhibition, Space Gallery - Denver, CO
Space Gallery, Denver CO. Harris Harvey Gallery, Seattle WA.
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