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Here's a recently completed quartet of paintings that are unified both in composition and color theory. The repeating vertical elements create strong unity from a design standpoint. And the common theme of cool colors over warm colors tie the four paintings together from a color standpoint. Even with those similarities the four paintings make a highly tensional visual statement thanks to the variety of warm colors in the background. Red, orange, yellow, magenta and pink.

Take a look at my Instagram page to see the progression of this piece from start to finish.


November 10, 2023

It seems like we were just sailing a minute ago, and here I am raking leaves and checking the ski wax supply! Believe it or not, it's time for the Annual Holiday Show at M.A. Doran Gallery in Tulsa. Always loads of fun and the gallery will be bursting at the seams with great art!

Marshall Noice | October Flurries | Oil on Canvas | 60x48" | 10,300.

Thursday, November 16th, 5-8 pm. Join the party. If I were there, I'd love to see you there, if you were there!

Have a look at one of my paintings from the show, October Flurries.


October 9, 2023

Looking out my studio window I see a leafless arctic willow behind branches of aspen. The trees are rapidly changing color here in Northwest Montana.

This painting’s still in process. We’ll see if it changes.


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