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.

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One Response to Critiques

  1. Gabriel Devereux says:

    I would love the opportunity to show Noyes Capehart my artwork for a critique. I am a HUGE fan of his work and know that I would benefit from any advice he might be able to give me. I’m not sure if there is still room on the list but I thought I would try anyway. I have been painting pretty steadily for about the last 10 years but I have a lot of reservations and insecurities about showing my work in a gallery setting and was hoping that this critique my point me in the right direction. I’ve never had a proper gallery show and I am very much a work in progress so I’m not sure if it would even be worth his time but I would love the opportunity anyway. Sorry to ramble. Thank you for any assistance you might be able to provide.
    Gabriel Devereux

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