Jean Noble uses a combination of oils, pastel and water-based media to create abstract works of art. Jean started to develop her practise while studying a design degree at Loughborough College of Art, Kingston University, following this with a short course at Central St Martins. In conjunction with her education, Jean uses a number of memberships and societies to help develop and elevate her practice such as the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, the Society of Women’s Artists, the Cambridge Drawing Society as well as the Chelsea Art Society.
Jean Noble's work is regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy Of Arts Summer Exhibitions and has been shown at a number of Galleries and fairs throughout the UK such as Sheridan Russell Gallery and Gallery Le Fort. Along with an array of exhibition she also has wone a number of awards such as The Lady Laming Award for Abstract Art in 2013 and John Goss Prize at Hertford art Society in 2011.
All of Jean's work begins in front of the subject, whether this is an urban cityscape or the countryside, she takes the time to relax and absorb her surroundings then begins here initial sketch. she believes it is important to keep in mind the idea and feelings of her first interaction with the subject. She always aims to create a work that allows room for the viewer to project their own interpretations.