Aaron Noble


California-based artist, Aaron Noble, creates seemingly abstract compositions from imagery associated with commercial comic books. While the artist’s work is deeply rooted in superhero-based images, he manages to extract any form of narrative, leaving the viewer to decode the mass of ambiguous information as a unique form. Noble has new work on view in his first solo show with Pavel Zoubok Gallery in NYC, entitled “Rainbow 6: Warsong.” The exhibition, which opens this weekend, offers several newly constructed works that explore the various bosses and enemies that relate to the world of Manga Japanese animation. In addition to painting and drawing, Noble has also developed an extensive list of public wall murals that allow his imagery to unfold on a mass scale. Noble attended the San Francisco Art Institute before co-founding the Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) in San Francisco in 1991. The artist has completed projects with the UCLA Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, White Columns in NYC, and PeerUK in London.