Marshall Noice Brings His Newest Vibrant Landscapes To Mark White Fine Art This July
Mark White Fine Art
414 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Exhibition Dates: July 3-16, 2018
Artist Lecture/Demo: June 23, 3-5 pm
Marshall Noice Presents Newest Paintings In One-Man Exhibition “Deconstructing the Contemporary Landscape”
Santa Fe, NM - Vibrant trees rise tall above the landscape with trunks, branches and leaves in every color of the rainbow. The scenes are at once both foreign and familiar, the vivid hues touching an emotional chord within viewers as they recognize landscapes within the works.
These paintings are by Marshall Noice, who creates not the reality of a scene, but rather the emotion woven throughout it. His newest works will be on display at Mark White Fine Art from July 3 through 16 as part of his one-man exhibition, “Deconstructing the Contemporary Landscape,” with an artist demonstration and lecture on Saturday July 7 from 3-5 pm.
“Marshall joined Mark White Fine Art in the fall of 2017, and has been a fabulous addition to the gallery,” says Sue White, Gallery Director. “We can’t wait to see what he brings to the show this July.”
Noice’s landscapes are at once recognizable by the vivid hues which form the basis of the land and trees. Rather than focus on the literal, he instead paints the emotion of the place as he senses it. As such, the same locales can result in wildly varied works depending on the day and time of a visit. A calm day can result in cools greens and blues, while an energetic one can lead to rich reds and yellows to showcase the vibrant nature of the world.
The title of the show, “Deconstructing the Contemporary Landscape,” comes from Noice’s connection to the works themselves. In each one he is looking for the point where it carries a balance that creates a feeling which resonates within a person, without feeling forced.
“A strong, simple artistic statement, painted in a direct, fluid manner is what I’m after,” says Noice.
One of the ways that he’s accomplishing this statement is by introducing new colors to the composition. In addition to the vibrant hues that has long been a hallmark of his art, he is also using softer shades such as grays and other muted colors. Additionally his most recent pieces are becoming even less literal, as he aims for viewers to engage with the emotion and other inherent elements of the work before they recognize it as a landscape.
“Marshall’s paintings have become a vibrant addition to the gallery,” concludes White. “We’re excited for visitors to be able to see even more of his work this summer.”
Mark White Fine Art is located at 414 Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They can be reached at (505) 982-2073 or by email at email@example.com.