Zannah Noe

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Hey Cupcake, 2012 Photography 20x20" © @NOe
Winged Migration, 2012 Photography 20x20" © @NOe
Hunter to the Deer Dance, 2012 Photography 20x20" © @NOe
Wheel Wall, New Mexico, 2012 Photography 20x20" © @NOe
Concession Stand, 2011 Oil On Panel 24x36x2 © NOE
Carousel Horses, 2011 Oil On Panel 30x30x2 © NOE
Ferris Wheel Mishap, 2011 Oil On Panel 24x36x2 © NOE
The Beach at Coney Island, 2011 Collage And Oil On Panel 24x36x2 © NOE
Grimstad Bridge, 2009 Oil On Canvas 20x20" © NOE
Boathouse #29, 2009 Oil On Canvas 48x45"
Feeling the Distance, 2009 Oil On Canvas 12x12 © NOE
Listening to Berlin, 2010 Oil On Panel 72x32" © NOE
Storm over Berlin, 2010 Oil On Canvas 23x43" © NOE
Piano Bike Man on the Embarcadero, SF, Ca, 2013 Oil On Canvas 22x22" © 2013 Noe
At The Lobster Boat Races, Stoneington, ME, 2013 Oil On Canvas 30x30 © 2014 NOE
American Bones Show
© Zannah NOE
Quick Facts
Virginia, USA
Lives in
Brooklyn, NY
Works in
San Francisco | Brooklyn, NY
Hampshire College, 1986, Photography
UMass Amherst, 1986, BFA
Representing galleries
Gathering Artists Gallery, Corrales, NM
American Bones, road trip, americana, Hunters Point Shipyard painting, point, Shipyard, artist, publication, gallery, Berlin landscape painting painting, americana mixed-media, carnival, fairs, rollercoasters, Coney Island, Santa Cruz, spain surrealism, Norway, paintings, oil-based, oils, figurative, mixed-media, installation, conceptual, photography, graffiti/street-art
Artists Bio-Resume Statement

Zannah Noe is a San Francisco based artist since 1991. Originally from Concord, Massachusetts she studied art at The University of Massachusetts at Amherst and photography under Carrie Mae Weems at Hampshire College. She continued her painting studies independently with master painter, Doug Schneider.

Noe has been an active member of the San Francisco art scene as the former promoter of Open Studios and exhibitions for the artists at Hunters Point Shipyard. The Shipyard is an art colony of over 300 artists on a decommissioned Naval base in San Francisco.   The SF Chronicle, SF Weekly and other independent Bay Area publications have published her writings and images as well. She was a regular columnist for Bay Crossing publication on the growing culture of the Dogpatch neighborhood in San Francisco.  Currently she runs Velcrow Studios, an art space in Dogpatch showing her own work as well as emerging artists.

Currently she is working on a project called American Bones that will be a three-year endeavor exploring America’s landscape and current cultural state. Funded by the crowd-sourcing site, Noe was able to take a 5-month road trip covering 13,000 miles around The States, photographing, filming and interviewing people and places.  American Bones road trip has resulted in a large body of photographs.