Piece description from the artist
This piece is attempting to reconstruct parts of the city of Reykjavik and the sea bordering the city based on my memories 2 years after being there. There is a theory that each memory is reconstructed anew the moment you remember it from various symbols in your mind. This is my take on that theory.
Taking shapes, pieces, colors, experience, the feeling of the crisp clean air, the marriage of nature and architecture that is Reykjavik, the memories I have of breathing in the salty sea air with every step down her clean cold streets. No matter where I was in Reykjavik, I was constantly reminded of the mountains, the sea and the arctic sky above bordering the top of the world.
Skip Noah's artwork explores the world of dreams, symbolism, mythology, various religious belief systems, the human condition and our shared collective consciousness with all sentient beings. His artwork is also strongly influenced by personal stories, events from life painted on canvas, filtered through a process of organic abstraction and emotion, and built with vivid color and esoteric symbols.
The overall concept of Noah's paintings and sculptures comes to him instantaneously. He will jot the artwork down on a small piece of paper, and then recreate the artwork anywhere from a few days to years later. He believes it is the unconscious mind that creates these paintings, or taps into a source. Skip states he will learn a lot about himself and the world from looking at the finished artwork.