“Seasonal Moments” art exhibition on display at Government Center
Color is an important feature of Noel’s oil paintings, used to evoke a moment or movement or time, according to the Loudoun County Government public information office.
“I use color to create drama, tension and a sense of space or narrative. My goal is to have the viewer stop and think about the moment, the setting, the movement, the happening,” Noel said in a statement.
A past president of the Loudoun Arts Council and Loudoun Sketch Club, Noel was also a founding member of King Street Studios in Leesburg. She now paints at her studio in Great Falls and is an associate artist at the Torpedo Factory Art Center. Noel enjoys teaching drawing and painting, and has works in private and public collections.
Organized by the Loudoun County Art Advisory Committee, the exhibition is available for public viewing during regular business hours and evening meetings through July 8.
More information about the Art Advisory Committee is online at http://www.loudoun.gov/advisory-art.
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