Richardson will be getting a treat as Michell Noah will be exhibiting her series of art in Eisemann Center until the end of March according to a Dallas Morning News article from February 21. They say,
“Local artist Michelle B. Noah’s Laurel Canyon series will be on display at the Eisemann Center in Richardson March 2-27
The series is inspired by the work of Laurel Canyon musicians in Los Angeles, Calif., from 1965-1975, according to an announcement.
The exhibit will be on display in the Eisemann Center’s mezzanine gallery. The Eisemann Center is located at 2351 Performance Drive in Richardson.
Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The gallery is also open during all public events.”
The local artist bringing the art in Richardson is based from Dallas and is a renowned painter who features mainly experimentation of modern styles according to a Broadway World article from February 16 which reports,
“Michelle Noah is a painter based in Dallas, Texas and is owner of the Ninth Street Gallery. Michelle’s training is in Printmaking and Painting with a BFA in Graphic Design. Her artwork is bright and colorful. Michelle uses a layering technique that creates texture, movement, and energy.
She is definitely influenced by the process of printmaking when she paints on a canvas. The layers of bright intense colors are always a surprise, not knowing what the end result will be until that final color is painted on the canvas. Michelle enjoys working in a series of paintings with a theme and an inspiration. Having a studio with a large workspace has opened her world to painting bigger and creating a series of paintings all at once. Experimenting with intense colors and textures on canvas, inspires her to create visual representations of the energy and emotions she feels.”
The art exhibit will be free and open to the public.