Marshall Noice has been creating images of landscapes for over four decades. He works extensively in photography, oil painting and pastel painting. Noice also works in traditional printmaking methods including etching, collagraph, and monotype.
His work has been featured in numerous magazine articles and is included in several books. In 2013 his paintings of the Tetons were showcased in a major new publication Art of The National Parks, Historic Connections, Contemporary Interpretations.
Noice’s work is shown in galleries across the country, and is in the collections of museums worldwide. He lives with his family in Kalispell, Montana.
“My primary goal is to create a work of art that resonates with the spirit of the place. All other considerations are secondary to this overriding purpose.
My paintings are made in response to things I see in the natural world. They capture a place at a particular time. And they capture a moment in my sensibility. My overriding goal as a painter is to create a work, an artifact if you will, that resonates with the spirit of the landscape that inspired me to begin painting.
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