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Inspired by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, Noah Overby constructs poetic images from clouds, floral images and decorative patterns. These paintings use a simple, pared down visual vocabulary to explore themes of tranquility and impermanence. They are intended to convey a hushed-dream like mood that sparks memories and associations for the viewer.

Noah lived in Misawa, Japan for a time as a young boy and spent his teen years at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. It was at Pilchuck that Noah’s interest in art began to flourish. He worked during the summers fr...
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