Amie Noakes is a Providence-based artist and board member of Gallery Night Providence. Originally from New York, she completed a B.F.A. from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2017. She is primarily an acrylic and oil painter, but also a book and fiber artist. Her work often explores themes of mental health and inner life experiences. She likes to incorporate universal symbolism and dream language into her work.
Noakes’ work will be on view at the Gallery at Sprout Warren from June 25th through July 25th. The show and piece “Eye Catching” will be on display in Sprout CoWorking Warren M-F 9am – 12pm, or by appointment. All works for sale are included below in the price list pdf. Please direct inquiries to email@example.com.
Join Art Night Bristol Warren for the next virtual event of the season! Tune in on June 25th at 5:30pm for a tour of Amie Noakes’ artwork on display. Celebrate local music, open studios, poetry, arts and demos online with the full line-up of participating art spaces – featuring The Collaborative, Rosemary’s School of Dance, HotPoint Emporium, Bristol Art Museum & even more! Check out the Virtual Art Night BW website to learn about the exciting event.
Ewa studied Architecture in Poland and Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She graduated in 1997 and continued her work in painting and photography. She now lives in Providence, RI. You can see more of Ewa’s artwork at https://ewaart.com/. Check out the video interview below to hear about Ewa’s latest exhibition of her paintings. Her works will be on display for the month of June in the Gallery at Sprout CoWorking Providence.
“My work is an ongoing play and love expression for the natural world. The endless and always changing beauty around me is the constant source of the inspiration for my art. The oil paintings are connected to the cosmos. The watercolors to planet Earth.”
Gallery Night Providence tours have gone virtual! Watch below for a livestream walkthrough of Ewa’s paintings during the June 18th Virtual Gallery Night event. For more online programming and tours of Providence’s many art galleries, please visit the GNP website.