Noelle Sharp is an artist that focuses on using hand weaving textiles to tell her story. Using weaving, photography, and drawing as pure extensions of her body, Noelle creates textured wall art that explores positive and negative spaces. She combines color, shapes, and different forms to create images that are inspired by nature. She is also the owner of a US textile company, APORTA. Each piece is handwoven on 8 wood floor looms from Icelandic Plötulopi and Nebraska wool.
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