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Noah Toates

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Valencia, CA

Birth year

Lives in
West Los Angeles

Works in
Los Angeles


Fancy That landscape, photography, abstract, digital


I’m a nineteen-year-old Los Angeles based artist. Growing up down the street from the Hammer Museum and just a few minutes from the Getty Center and LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), which my mother made sure we visited numerous times. I always knew I wanted to draw or paint.  Since I can barely write my own name creating art was not an option for me. I began pursuing photography when I was sixteen and got my first DSLR. Photography has allowed me to express my points of view through various genres. My passion for photography has allowed me to venture into other mediums of art and really explore my creativity. I’ve started to create models of steel or ironwork sculptures, which I would like to bring from the online to real world as well as creating “found art” sculptures. The use of perspective has always been the element I love and try to use in my work because I believe it’s not what you see but how you see it that matters.

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