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Michael Noland

Michael Noland’s paintings are influenced by traditional American scenes and Chicago Imagism that are molded to his unique vision. Noland creates vitality though exaggeration in form, repetition of line and saturation of color. Common views and unique animals seem both darkly surreal and amusing. Flowers pulsate with life and colors reverberate with an electric charge.

Our Brave New World, oil on canvas, 36"x48"
The Seer At Night, oil on canvas, 8"x6"
Buddha Toad, oil on canvas, 11"x14"
The Late Night Fancy, oil on canvas, 24"x30"
Giant, oil on canvas, 24"x20"
Blind Man's Bluff, oil on canvas, 18"x24"
An Eagle for the Working Man, oil on canvas, 16"x20"
Shelter, oil on canvas, 16"x20"
A Cape Breton Memory, gouache, 16"x20" (framed)
Blue Charger (Burley), gouache, 20"x16" (framed)
King of the Desert, gouache, 16"x20" (framed)
My Favorite Rooster, gouache, 20"x16" (framed)
Night Dreamer, gouache, 16"x20" (framed)
Seeking Shelter, gouache, 16"x20" (framed)
The Awakening, gouache, 20"x16" (framed)
The Long Night, gouache, 16"x20" (framed)
The Morning Fancy, gouache, 16"x20" (framed)
Vision From the Deep, gouache, 20"x16" (framed)
American Flood, oil on linen, 30"x24"
My Family Tree, oil on linen, 60"x36"
Monument for a Southern Man, oil on linen, 60"x36"
Under a Cicada Moon, oil on linen, 16"x12"
Everlasting Beauty, oil on linen, 11"x14"