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The Do Noble’s Exhibition officially opens on Saturday, 26 February 2011 2pm.Exhibition dates:
26 February – 20 March 2011

Gallery Hours:
11.00am – 5.00pm
Thursday to Monday

“My attempt is to sing out the beauty of nature in lyrical melody of colours”

Do Noble was born in the Philippines in 1954 and was a recognized and notable art teacher and award winning artist before migrating to Australia in 1988. During his university years at Feati University in Manila where he obtained his Bachelor of Fine arts degree in 1978, he gained a prominent place in the Philippine art scene. His active involvement in art associations and success in art competitions, together with continuous participation in group exhibitions, contributed to the expertise he imparted when teaching arts at the Philippine Women’s University and Technological University of the Philippines.

His artistic career in the Philippines included several solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions for which he won awards. His works were selected for Asean travelling exhibitions and were featured in Philippine magazines, newspapers and an art book. He has been formerly also one of the board of directors of the prestigious art group Art Association of the Philippines”, and also forner president of the art group Spectrum composed of teachers and students of different art schools in Manila.

Since his arrival in Australia, he has continued to depict his visions in a unique way, blending his individual style with the local setting. His works were published in the book “50 Australian Artist”, “Australian Art Collectors”, ”Art Almanac” and several times in the Australian artist magazines and newspapers. Past Councilor-Australian Guild of Realist Artist has exhibited some of his works at the National Gallery of Victoria. His award-winning works are noted for the vivid effects of his vibrant colours, whether in oil, pastel or watercolour, and his unique individual style. He has won more than 600 art awards.

His works are now represented in private and public collections of local and regional galleries, art organizations, Rotary Clubs, schools and various corporations in Australia, Philippines, London and America.

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