Lewis Noble, A Wave Crashed on Rocks, 25x35cm, Mixed media on gesso panel, framed, £950
Lewis Noble, Backwash on an Empty Beach, 25x35cm, Mixed media on gesso panel, framed, £950
Lewis Noble, Drawn to the waves, Coast Path, 26 x35cm mixed media on gesso panel, £950
Lewis Noble, Drawn to the Waves Whispering Sea, 100 x 120cm, oil & mixed media on canvas, £5,500
Lewis Noble, Dunstanburgh Beach, Northumberland, 100x100cm, Oil & mixed media on canvas, £5,500
Lewis Noble, Bright Sparkling Sky (ii), 30 x 30cm, mixed media & collage on gesso panel, £950 - Sold
Lewis Noble, Drawn to the waves. Rust & Chains, 26 x 35cm mixed media on gesso panel, £950 - Sold
Lewis Noble, Drawn to the waves, Carrying the voice of the tide, 26 x 35cm mixed media on gesso panel, £950 - Sold
Lewis Noble, Autumn Colour, Acrylic & collage on paper, 23x26cm, £750 - Sold
Lewis Noble, Ilam Flooded Wier (i), Acrylic & mixed media on board, 30x30cm, £850 - Sold
Rain Coming At Me, 56x56cm, Oil & Mixed Media on Canvas, £2,250 - Sold
A Scattering of Crows, 76x76cm, Oil & Mixed Media on canvas, £3,100 - Sold
Big fat raindrops, 56x56cm, Oil & mixed media on canvas, £2,250 - Sold
Stanshope into Milldale, 30x30cm, Oil & Mixed media on canvas, £1,150 - Sold
Autumn Blown Leaves, 46x46cm, Oil & Mixed Media on canvas, £1,800 - Sold
Sunlight from behind me, 41x46cm, Oil & Mixed media on canvas, £1,750 - Sold
Tarpey Gallery presents an intimate exhibition of eight new works in the second gallery space from 13th – 20th December from Derbyshire based painter Lewis Noble.
In these works, the paintings stand in for the landscape itself. The process of building many layers of paint over time, eroding and repainting, has echoes in the way the landscape is made. Many of the works are painted outside or begun in situ then completed in the studio. This helps me to maintain a spontaneous feel to the work and in the studio I constantly refer to the many small paintings, sketches and collages I make while outside.
Although they are very much images of the real, earthy landscape, I don’t usually try to picture any specific place and often avoid the overtly pictorial. Instead I attempt to walk the tightrope between representational and expressive painting to convey a landscape that is still happening. If you were able to look to the left, right, above or below the canvas, you could see another entirely different yet interconnected image. These are not photographic frozen moments but paintings which contain all the time it took to make them.