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 Chloe Dee Noble  (1943 - )

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Lived/Active: California/Alabama      Known for: figure, wildlife, seascape, portraits

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The following biography was submitted, May 2005, by the artist:

Chloe Dee Noble is a painter/sculptor with studios in Carmel and Los Angeles, CA. Most notable are her delicate watercolors in Ornithology, the Big Sur series of sea/landscapes and the bronze sculpture "Beautiful Dreamer".

Much of her childhood was spent in Hogansville/LaGrange, Georgia where her imagination was inspired by the rich countryside, animals and streams. As a young girl, first drawings were of tiny violets growing along creek-beds at the family farm. Influential in the development of her creativity was her aunt, artist Winnie Brand of LaGrange. Under her tutelage, Chloe painted birds on china plates and flowers on canvas.

She attended elementary school (fourth thru eighth grades) in Opelika, AL where her family lived in converted barracks of the Prisoner of War Camp built to house German prisoners of War during World War II. Chloe frequently played near a beautiful and intricate small stone castle built by the German prisoners. She found the experience fascinating and her imagination soared. She fell in love with creation and found a deep love for sculpture. This experience taught her how to make something beautiful with whatever material is at hand. She developed great empathy for the repressed and as a young child understood the profound ramifications of War.

Obviously raised in poverty, Chloe never thought of herself as poor or underprivileged. She was rich in imagination. Her family returned to the farm in Hogansville where she completed ninth thru twelfth grades.

After attending High Museum's Fine Art Program in Atlanta, Chloe took her first art job as Illustrator for Department of the Army with much of her art on continuous display in the Pentagon. Her fellow worker was the now famous medical illustrator and world renowned painter, Vincent Perez who has remained a loyal friend. (Mr. Perez is an artist noted in AskART.com)

After designing and making stage costumes for singer Billy Joe Royal, Las Vegas Summer Tour 1970, Chloe relocated to Los Angeles where she pursued a strong interest in the study of Japanese language, fish printing and other Japanese prints on handmade rice papers along with her love for martial arts to which she attributes much of her self-discipline and inner peace.

1970-1980 she continued the study of studio arts at Santa Monica College, UCLA and the Royal College of Art in London.

The Chloe Dee Noble Art Foundation was originally created thru Santa Monica College 1976 to finance scholarships for students continuing their education in Art and has experienced international expansion.

1976-1992 she taught studio arts at Glendale Community College, Santa Monica Community College and Every Woman's Village, CA.

Atelier Chloe Dee Noble (gallery/studio) was established in 1993 in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA when she was hired by the City as director for the Carmel Summer Art Festival.

After a bite from a brown recluse spider in 1996 (Glendora, CA), Chloe lost her eyesight, was rehabilitated by the State of California while attending Blind School in Pacific Grove. From 1998 until this day, with limited multiple vision due to cornea scarring, she has retrained herself to paint and sculpt. Chloe frequently creates art in raised surfaces and Braille for the visually impaired to view with fingertips.

Chloe was invited to teach a series of art studio workshops in the Copyist Program at the Louvre Museum in Paris, sponsored through the International Cultural Exchange Program of the Fulbright Foundation. This opportunity was postponed by the state department as the US entered for a second time into War with Iraq.

Chloe enjoys the process of painting on location and has lived in County Meath, Ireland; London; Brittany and Paris. She lives with a grateful heart.

Awards:
Baroness, The Netherlands, Der Grossmeister des ordens vom heiligen Gral zum Ritter des Ordens vom heilen gral.

Dame, Italy, Ordine Di S. Ciriaco.

Silver Medal of Honor, Great Britain

Lifetime Achievement Award Library of Congress, Washington DC

Grand Purchase Award, UNESCO

Blue Ribbon in Sculpture, International Platform Association, Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.

Publications/Books:
LESSEDRA International Invitational, Palace of Culture Sofia BULGARIA, Lessedra Contemporary Art Projects, 2005

International Who's Who of Business Women, ABI, 1994







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