Noah grew up in Cannon Falls Minnesota and moved to Sioux Falls to go to Augustana University graduation in 2017 with degrees in English, Anthropology and Art. Since graduation he has been focusing on his art career with paintings like shown in this exhibit.
As a colorblind artist, Noah creates beautiful colorful abstract paintings. Even though he might not be able to see the colors, he wants others to enjoy them.
He creates these pieces by using a technique he discovered by painting, then setting it on fire. By using a heat reactive medium along with pigments to create his works of art.
I’m Maggie Sweets and I am a fine art photographer based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Growing up, I was the daughter of an amazing artist, my father. I grew up in an artistic environment so naturally, all of the things I am involved in, including my career, lead back to the arts.
One thing that I truly enjoy about photography is the ability to blend captured moments of my friends and family into artistic images. My work attempts to take a simple portrait and create a captivating and beautiful piece of art that you can enjoy for years to come.
Whether it be a portrait of a sweet family, an imaginative piece of a child or a bold image of a senior, I strive to create captivating and reflective images of your family for years to come.
View past artist's images that were exhibited in the Museum of Visual Materials in our virtual gallery.
|Main Gallery||Faithe Gallery|
|Sept.-Oct.||Dustin Sinner||Sept.-Oct.||Marcee Ekstrum|
|Nov. - Dec.||Joshua Sweets||Nov. - Dec.||
|Jan. - Feb.||open||Jan. - Feb.|
|March- April||Kalon Project||March- April||Hold|
If you are interested in showing your work at the Museum of Visual Material’s gallery please email Anna.
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