The projective way of thinking about design and the tools he acquired enlightened his creativity and preserved the artist that is always latent.
Noah began his artistic career with professional training in graphic design, a career that exposed him to a wide and diverse world he did not know and allowed him to learn different languages. After a long career in corporate communication of creative processes and aesthetics, in 2019 he completed his master’s degree in design management at UNCuyo and began a transition that brought him closer, and in a different way, to the world of art. He rediscovers the “analogue” of his training, in plastic, by hand.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, his available energy increases and he decides to invest it in new forms of muralism and applied art. Experiencing the first stage of mutation in his personal life connects him to the botanical world in a different way and discovers a special language that activates it. Accustomed to a business environment characterized by certain order and structures, he discovers a different form of freedom that immerses him in a new creative space, because “there is no mistake in drawing plants.”
Noah prints his botanical worlds on walls, canvases and objects, and the process of creating his works is a meditative and energetic process. She creates her own language through flowers, and her illustrations feature various objects that she sees as energy connectors. His muses are those women who form a very important female circle for him and inspire him “with their greenness and truth”. There is beauty in his work, there are stories and an invitation for the viewer to reinterpret.
A year ago, after the great repercussion of the spontaneous intervention of the hat, the artist created the brand Las Botánicas (@las_botánicas). The idea is based on the premise of entering this industrial world of art based on the revaluation of commerce and the authenticity of works. The concept also extends to his work as a muralist, intervening spaces with art. At Francesco’s restaurant in the city of Mendoza, you can see a beautiful and interesting work in ampelography.
Noah Roldan has just closed his first exhibition “Floriography”, which consists of more than twenty works that were exhibited for two months at La Sala Maridaje and is part of the series of the same name. His second show will be held from December 14 to 28 at the BROTA Bio Art Galerie in Buenos Aires, as part of the Herbaria exhibition, where he presents works inspired by nature and made in ink, acrylic, oils and oils. polychromes.
The house is his
Casa Mismogen is an artist’s studio and showroom in the city of Mendoza. The Art Deco-style space, which he restored himself, has frescoes, works on canvas, collections from Las Botánicas and interventional objects.
Noah Roldan offers an infinite world based on botanical art and the message of flowers. There is detail, technique and authenticity in his work. In his story there is a metamorphosis and an experiment from the creative gene that is always there and which today he shares in a different way.
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