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Noelle McCleaf

Noelle
McCleaf

SPE Member since 2015
Member Chapter: Southeast

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
My Mother is a Bear
Archival Pigmented Print, (30x40)

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
In the Rain
Archival Pigmented Print

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Great Aunt Josephine Haynes
Archival Pigmented Print, (30x40)

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Beaded Tree
Archival Pigmented Print

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Cat's Cradle
Archival Pigmented Print, (30x40)

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Mask
Archival Pigmented Print

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Long Shadows and Spanish Moss
Archival Pigmented Print, (30x40)

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Burying the Crystal
Archival Pigmented Print

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Under the Tangerine Tree
Archival Pigmented Print, (30x40)

Noelle McCleaf

SPE member since 2015
Braided Together
Archival Pigmented Print

about

Noelle McCleaf is an artist who explores themes of memory, relationship, and identity in the landscape of South Florida.

Born and raised in Virginia, Noelle received her BFA from the Ringling College of Art and Design and her MFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, both with a concentration in Photography. Her work has been shown in national and international exhibitions, including at the Camden Image Gallery in London, The Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado, and at the Slow Exposures photography festival in Zebulon, Georgia. Publications that have featured her work include Blink Magazine, Fraction Magazine, Southern Glossary, Accent Magazine, Feature Shoot, Lenscratch and Plates-to-Pixels.

She currently lives and works in Venice, Florida as an exhibiting artist and Full Time Faculty in Photography and Imaging at the Ringling College of Art and Design.

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