Noyes is considering adding a blog to his website. This is a test of what that would look like.
At the request of area artists seeking a professional assessment of their visual works, Noyes Capehart has decided to accept a limited number of requests for visual critiques of paintings, watercolors or drawings. If you are interested in arranging private (or group) critiques with Noyes Capehart, contact him at (828) 264-0685 or by e-mail at capehart (at) charter (dot) net for details.
Noyes Capehart is a retired ASU Art Professor with thirty-five years of teaching experience at the college/university level. He has been exhibiting his works since 1958 in regional, state and national adjudicated exhibitions. His creative visual works have been shown in numerous museums and galleries, including New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The North Carolina State Museum, the Mint Museum, SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston Salem, NC) and the Turchin Center. Noyes’ work has been featured in American Artist magazine, and more recently in Our State Magazine and on UNC-TV. Check the link to An Artist’s Reflections to better get to know Noyes and his visual priorities.
Remember, Noyes will be accepting only a limited number of requests.
Lent starts this year on Wednesday March 9. The book, “Walking the Way of Sorrows” with images by Noyes Capehart and texts by Katerina Whitley is a great resource for this Holy time of reflection. Copies can be ordered from Morehouse Publishing, Amazon.com, or Barnes & Noble.
The online version of the Private Diary of Noyes Capehart is in the process of being redesigned. Please be patient as we try to improve our format.
Consider the vicar’s dilemma; how to reconcile the matter of spiritual conscience with the lust for earthly treasure.
This picture evolved from an in-progress novel (Acolyte of Darkness) I’ve been working on for the past year, a story about a morally corrupt Episcopal priest. This is not to be taken as an illustration of the priest in the story; rather as an image that reflects something of the feelings I have for the character.