The beginning of July is a time of excitement. The summer is in full swing, and people are eager to come together in celebration of season and country. The culminations of this are the coast-to-coast fireworks displays, filling the skies with light and color. From municipal displays which soar majestically overhead to detonate into a sea of sparkling hue, to fountains of glimmering light filling driveways, every shade is represented with energetic enthusiasm.
Luckily, the celebration doesn’t have to end once revelers return home. Exuberant color can prolong the feeling of joy and happiness, and that is what fills the canvas of Marshall Noice’s landscapes. By focusing on emotion rather than reality, his works are filled with vibrant hues which can rival any fireworks display and help maintain the jubilant spirit all year long.
Marshall Noice’s newest works are on display now during his one-man exhibition “Seasons Of Color”
The tall trees and varied hues of “Maples, Many Lakes” has the same excited energy as the finale of a major fireworks display, while “Wood Roses, West Shore” has pops of color rising into the air in much the same way as a fountain. Those who love the golden tendrils of light of a roman candle will find the tall trees of “Across Tally Lake” to their liking, while the flecks of sky peeking through the trees in “Valley View” offers a glimpse much like that of looking through the showers of sparks.
Whether you’re looking to hold onto the feeling of a fireworks display all year long, or want to bring the vibrant life of a landscape into your home you will find it in Marshall Noice’s work.