"Day Moon" is a gorgeous look at skies eerily illuminated by fire that continus to rage across the western US season after season. In Noelle's own words, "I paint places that have been altered, for better or for worse, either directly or indirectly by human development. I hope to both raise awareness of the fragility of these places while also highlighting how beautiful and functional manmade design + nature can be if done with symbiosis, instead of nemesis, in mind.”
As one of my best customers, who is a frequent collector of Noelle's work, once told me, "I keep purchasing her art because it makes me uncomfortable, and I like that." Whoa, chill bumps, let that sink in. That's art. It should move you to feel something, no?
"Day Moon" 11X14 Archival Art Print on Somerset Velvet Fine Art Paper.
Noelle Phares uses pigment based inks to produce prints from her original work. All prints are given a 1.25" border and the image is shrunk 1/4". Both are to allow for the signature line to be exposed when properly matted/framed.
"Noelle 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."