Growing up in Orange County exposed Noah to one of his greatest artistic influences. "I spent my days as a child wandering Main St. in Disneyland enjoying the magical world Walt Disney created," explains Noah. " I have been blessed with the unique opportunity to create art that helps carry on the legacy and heritage of Walt Disney's dream. My goal is to continue to impact the lives of both young and old with the magic I have been so fortunate to take part in."
Noah's original Disney character portraits, crafted in his signature Asian-influenced, monochromatic paint style, are proving to be extremely popular among collectors of Disney Fine Art. He carefully renders the composition first, and then over-paints with more exuberant effects.
"I like to mix photorealism with drips and texture. It contradicts itself and works to the very end the organic and natural contrasts beautifully with the structure of the airbrush and photorealism. It's a nice marriage of techniques that gives the work more depth. The effect is almost trompe - l'oeil, French for 'trick the eye', which is an art technique involving extremely realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects appear in three-dimensions. This is especially true of the water drops on the flowers."