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Jim Noel - Fine Artist

Jim Noel

Pacific Beach, CA - United States

 
 
 

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Jim Noel

Pacific Beach, CA - United States

Jim Noel - Fine Artist

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About Jim Noel

My approach to painting is based on feeling the image or subject from the inside. In other words, I try feel my way into the scene, I'm painting, and in essence, be that subject.

Seeing into, as opposed to simply looking at, is an active, demanding process. The more I see, the deeper I go.

The infinite possibilities of color, texture, tone, contrast, movement, present constant challenges. My job is to make something cool out of this chaos.

Like most artists, I am a deeply private person, but the acceptance and enjoyment of my art by other people is really important to me. It is difficult to talk about and write about my work, but I know it's important to reach a wider audience.

To me, painting is a combination of , thinking, feeling, looking, dreaming, all while applying the paint! It feels like time ceases to exist and the ego fades. Art and artist, subject and object, merge. Sometimes it's exhilarating, sometimes exhausting. When a painting comes together and it feels finished,
I am always amazed that I somehow created something new. There are simply no words to describe that.





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PB Sunset 2 by Jim Noel
 

PB Sunset 2 by Jim Noel

PB Sunset by Jim Noel
 

PB Sunset by Jim Noel

Sunset Pacific Beach by Jim Noel
 

Sunset Pacific Beach by Jim Noel

Cliffs at Sunset by Jim Noel
 

Cliffs at Sunset by Jim Noel

Sunset Point by Jim Noel
 

Sunset Point by Jim Noel

Sunrise Harbor by Jim Noel
 

Sunrise Harbor by Jim Noel

PB Point by Jim Noel
 

PB Point by Jim Noel

Crystal Sunrise by Jim Noel
 

Crystal Sunrise by Jim Noel

Crystal Pier by Jim Noel
 

Crystal Pier by Jim Noel

Santa Monica by Jim Noel
 

Santa Monica by Jim Noel

Del Mar Sunset by Jim Noel
 

Del Mar Sunset by Jim Noel

Encinitas Sunrise by Jim Noel
 

Encinitas Sunrise by Jim Noel

Chalcedony Surf by Jim Noel
 

Chalcedony Surf by Jim Noel

Opal Surf reworked finale by Jim Noel
 

Opal Surf reworked finale by Jim Noel

Tourmaline Surf by Jim Noel
 

Tourmaline Surf by Jim Noel

Sunset Moonglow by Jim Noel
 

Sunset Moonglow by Jim Noel

Rocky Shoreline by Jim Noel
 

Rocky Shoreline by Jim Noel

Last Light by Jim Noel
 

Last Light by Jim Noel

North Shore Oahu by Jim Noel
 

North Shore Oahu by Jim Noel

Linger by Jim Noel
 

Linger by Jim Noel

Pink Solstice by Jim Noel
 

Pink Solstice by Jim Noel

Copper Shore by Jim Noel
 

Copper Shore by Jim Noel

Reflections on Mortality by Jim Noel
 

Reflections on Mortality by Jim Noel

Day's Ending by Jim Noel
 

Day's Ending by Jim Noel

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