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Lisa Noble

Lisa Noble is a Virginia-based artist exploring personal history. She works primarily with painting and drawing in subject matter that alternates between the figure in isolation and uninhabited domestic environments. Lisa works by a set of tenets to reveal her natural tendencies toward insistent flatness, tilted perspective, self-referential imagery and an increasingly transitional approach to subject matter. Lisa looks to artists such as Henri Matisse (French, 1869–1954) to inform her continuing shift in style and process and to discover what lies in the margin between representation and abstraction. Lisa was born in Winnipeg, Canada and naturalized to the United States where she completed her BFA in studio art at the Corcoran College of Art + Design. During each year of study, Lisa was recognized with the Dean’s Merit and Corcoran Scholarships. In 2020, Lisa was the recipient of a Wherewithal Recovery Grant provided by the Washington Project for The Arts and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Lisa has exhibited her work at The Painting Center, New York, The Taubman Museum of Art, Virginia, and the Katonah Museum of Art, New York.

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