Chloe Dee Noble
Baroness Chloe Dee Noble
“Life is not perfect but there are perfect moments.”
~ Honor yourself first ~
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W E L C O M E
established in 1960 ~ United States of America
My career began early.
As long as I can remember I have written short stories and poems and illustrated them - - even when I was a small child. Long hours were spent painting down along the creek bed that ran through the farm of my grandparents in Georgia. One day while attending art school in Atlanta, I got caught in a serious rain storm. Hail and thunder. I ran into a storefront to escape. It was a recruiting station for the Army where, of course, they tried to recruit me.
After much conversation, they promised me a job as an illustrator when I completed my schooling.I signed up and they fulfilled their promise. I became the very first female illustrator hired by the Pentagon. During basic training I excelled in Map Reading and Infantry and received their prestigious Sharp Shooter status.
I am humbly honored to have served my country during those tragic and sad Vietnam War years.
Many of my books are sold throughtout the world in eight languages.
Biographical Information & Current Projects
Chloe at Morning Glory Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea
This photo is from my home, Morning Glory Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California where I was hired by the city to direct the Summer Art Festival. Carmel is a community of 3000 artists.
After working for the city a few years I opened my own art gallery Atelier Chloe Dee Noble that was downtown Carmel and across the street from Clint Eastwood's Hog's Breath Inn.
Chloe at her Book Signing in Paris, France
After I lost my eyesight from a brown recluse spider bite I needed a corneal transplant. (I've had two).
While healing, I began publishing the many book manuscripts I had written thru the years. This photo was made during a book signing in Paris, my favorite city in the world. Unfortunately, it was also the day the corneal transplant rejected - due to my severely damaged immune system.
Tiny Dancer - Bronze mounted on polished granite
I use the lost wax technique to create bronze sculptures.
Here is a headshot of Tiny Dancer and also full view mounted on polished granite.
INSTALLATION - Fashion Designs at LESSEDRA GALLERY in Sofia, Bulgaria
Since 2005 I've exhibited in Sofia Bulgaria twice each year.
This particular view is part of an assemblage created for LESSEDRA MixedMedia annual exhibition and consists of wearable art created from my collection of Paris scarves, cross body small purses and pillows that are available from my studio in Florida.
Lessedra Art Gallery is host to many of my pieces available while you are visiting Bulgaria.
The Bulgaria National Museum of Humor has my sculpture and paintings in their permanent collection.