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Mark Noble is a Somerset-based artist. His works shine a new light on the under-valued aspects of the world in which we live. Often specialising in landscape paintings and abstract work, Mark infuses his worlds with a melancholic and spiritual beauty.
After a difficult time at school (dealing with autism and severe dyslexia), and nearly 20 years working in a local plastics factory, Mark Noble set out to pursue his dream of becoming an artist. Inspired by the work of Turner, he expresses the mystical, dream-like and sublime, through delicate attention to the commonplace or overlooked.
Now on the other side of his studies, Mark has exhibited paintings across the UK and Europe, most recently in Prague, and has received interest from as far afield as South America. He is currently working to establish a teaching and mentoring programme which he hopes will give him the opportunity to encourage those who, like him, have creative dreams yet to be fully realised.
Mark recently sold work at a major event in London (OXO Gallery) to raise awareness of Parkinson’s Disease and he is displaying paintings in several other galleries around England. In March 2021, Mark became an ambassador for a charity called 'Outside In' – their aim is to assist and promote disabled artists. He is also busy working on private commissions, exhibiting, developing new ideas and getting children involved with art (one Lottery-funded project involved children painting a mural at a local school in Glastonbury).
Moving forward, Mark wants to promote environmentally friendly art as much as possible. His ‘Driftwood Collection’ features art painted on recycled materials such as old tiles, window frames, bark and even old coffee table tops!
Street, Somerset, England