Sarsten Noice was born and raised in Kalispell, Montana. Noice studied Fine Art at Flathead Valley Community College for two years before moving to Los Angeles, California where she earned an Associate of Art degree in Vocal Performance at the Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music. Noice’s work has been featured in group exhibits at the Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell, and The Missoula Art Museum, Missoula. Noice has shown in Los Angeles and is currently represented by Montana Modern Fine Art, Kalispell, and Old Main Gallery, Bozeman. Noice is influenced by studies of the human form and native imagery. Noice works with acrylic and pastel. Currently, she is working full time producing paintings and recording music from her home studio in Glassell Park, Los Angeles.
“My paintings are about transformation, hybridity, and magic. I draw inspiration from dreams, moments of confusion and the juxtaposition of the modern human with ancient spirituality.
The figures in my work act as guides, rooted in Native American stories and culture. The Crow and Raven represent transformative energy. They bring healing and are exposers of truth.
I wish to create images that evoke primal memory and disorient the ego.”