Noah Schneiderman is a self-taught artist working across multiple mediums, including oil painting, textiles, collage, furniture, and more. He is a Denver transplant, having lived in the city for four years after moving from a small rural town in Illinois. Schneiderman’s work serves as a pictorial diary, expressed through themes of isolation, escapism, contradiction, and connection. His work has been exhibited in Denver at Union Hall (Poems for Our Country, 2019), followed by participation in the Deep Crit program facilitated by Yes Ma’am Projects (2020).
Image courtesy of Union Hall Denver.
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