American Artist Chloe Dee Noble
Chloe Dee Noble Art & Sculpture

the art studio of Chloe Dee Noble, her books and art in Braille

"Who Am I ?"

Forensic Facial Reconstruction
Progressed age illustration to see what they look like today.

Awards Folder
Honors & Awards: Recent Photo of sculptor/painter Chloe Dee Noble

Paintings & Sculpture

Bronze Sculpture, Original Oils on Canvas and Giclees on Canvas




Exhibits, Workshops & Auctions
List of current Exhibits, Workshops, Demonstrations and Benefit Auctions




Solo Exhibition May 2007 LESSEDRA Gallery Bulgaria

Solo Exhibition - a retrospective covering thirty years of work

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California Page One

Miniature Floral and Botanical Original Paintings. Acrylic on canvas. Painted in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Pacific Grove, Monterey and Big Sur, California
Carmel Garden - two
Carmel Garden - three
Carmel Garden - four
Carmel Garden - five

Carmel Garden - Six

Interview with Chloe Dee Noble

This is an interview with artist, Chloe Dee Noble for "Eternal Journal", August 11, 2001

CHINA 2003 International Sculpture Invitational

Chloe's essay submitted to China Sculpture Invitational with bronze sculpture "Beautiful Dreamer"

News Articles - 2007

News article from Sofia Bulgaria about Chloe's SOLO Exhibition during May 2007
News Articles - 2007
Newspaper article published in DarikNews - 25 Април 2007 ~ BULGARIA
News Articles - 2007
Newspaper Article April 25, 2007 about Chloe's Bulgarian exhibition for the month of May
News Articles - 2007
Newspaper article from Bulgarian News, 2007
News Articles - 2005
Newspaper article published May 18, 2005 written by Ada Ezeokoli, BEACON Staff Writer
News Articles - 2001
Brown Recluse Spider blinds artist . While healing she created Bronze Sculpture "BEAUTIFUL DREAMER" to raise funds for Blindness and AIDS research.
News Articles - 2001
Newspaper Article published May 14, 2001 Monterey, California
News Articles - 2000
Newspaper Article The Monterey Peninsula Review, Thursday, December 28, 2000 - Monterey, California
News Articles - 1996
Dee Noble; Brown Recluse Spider Victim
News Articles - 1995
Newspaper Article dated April 25, 1995 Wrightwood, California
News Articles - 1995
Carmel Valley, THE SUN Newspaper Article
News Articles - 1993
Newspaper Article dated May 26, 1993 Wrightwood, California
News Articles - 1993
High Sierra Weekend, June 23, 1993 Mammoth's Guide to Entertainment , Arts & Recreation
News Articles - 1993
The Valley News, Los Angeles, California
News Articles - 1993
San Bernardino,California Daily News
News Articles - 1992
Wrightwood News Article
News Articles - 1989
Business News, April 12, 1989
News Articles - 1982
THE UNION-RECORDER Milledgeville, Georgia (Staff Report) "Today's Living, Thursday, May 20, 1982

Pentimento.Spirit ~ a VIDA Shop

(artist, Chloe Dee Noble)
Chloe's VIDA Shop: Pentimento.Spirit: metaphor "newer paint worn away reveals the inner child's spirit"


Napa Cabbage, Hammered Rice

art prints featuring Braille and works of nature - Chloe Dee Noble

Curriculum Vitae & Biographical sketch

CV & Bio



Belle France !! Chloe's favorite places.

Chloe's favorite places to visit in France, including private homes of Chloe's very good friends for your vacation rental.

"On Pressing Flowers"

story about Grace Kelly and her mother Margaret

"Bittersweet Memory"

sometimes the day brings you a surprise
Kaballah, Cabalah, Kaballah - Holy Amulet - Pledge your purest heart to the universe.
Chloe's ZAZZLE designs for
Items available on created by Chloe Dee Noble

PERSONAL & Contact information

to send a message to Chloe Dee Noble
Biography of movie producer JACK REEVES
choose a painting, click to pay, you're done, have it in a few days
Roxy's Garden
a place to find Vintage jewelry. We also offer affordable residential lots for small monthly payments
Limited Edition Art Prints with Braille

Examples of Chloe's art with Braille
"Tiny Dancer" Bronze Sculpture
Chloe Dee Noble FOODIE TOTES

Paintings on foodie totes to brighten you grocery shopping in environmentally friendly cotton.

Chloe Dee Noble

Christmas Tree Ornaments
Christmas tree ornaments from the Chloe Dee Noble Collection


News Articles - 2001


Weekend Living, Saturday May 26, 2001

Artist's sculpture honors victims of AIDS, vision loss

Article written by: Dave Nordstrand

Photographs by Dave Nordstrand

Chloe Dee Noble of Carmel created the sculpture "Beautiful Dreamer" in honor of the AIDS victims she met at the SanFrancisco Proctor Eye Center.  Noble lost much of her vision after being bit by a brown recluse spider, and she aims to help raise

PACIFIC GROVE - A young man shaped in gold-colored bronze rests his head on the coolness of polished black granite.
Artist Chloe Dee Noble called her sculpture "Beautiful Dreamer". She created it to benefit people with vision loss, which she herself suffers.
"The energy to create the sculpture , though, came through my fingers. It's almost as if it unfolded on its own.", Noble said. 
Four years ago, a brown recluse spider bit Noble. Its poisons spread, darkening her world.
"It bit me in the middle of the night on the tip of my nose," she said. "I woke up in terrible pain, like somebody had socked me."
The bite left her sightless for a time. That experience generated empathy for people with vision problems, including people with AIDS who lose their sight.
Beautiful Dreamer is to be sold for $6,000. The money will benefit the non-profit Blind & Visually Impaired Center of Monterey County, which faces an $80,000 shortfall this year.
Though based in Pacific Grove, one-third of the center's 360 clients live in Salinas.
Beautiful Dreamer rests on white lace near the center's entrance. People, sighted and non-sighted, stop to touch it.
"They're moved by the story, too", said Jeannie Cordero, program director.
Noble arrives. She's learning Braille. She has no sight in her right eye and only three-quarters sight has returned in her left.
"I feel very fortunate to have that," she said.
The brown recluse spider carries a violin-shape mark near its head. It bit Noble at a house in Los Angeles. It left two tiny puncture wounds.
"I looked in the mirror," she said. "My nose was like a big purple grape."
The spider was still on the pillow, and she captured it in a jar, packed ice against the pain and rushed to the emergency room.
By then, her face looked like "an iron skillet".
"You couldn't see my features," she said, "I was in the hospital a couple to three weeks and on outpatient basis for three months, receiving daily IV in treage. They bombarded me with drugs."
Because the bite was so near the brain, doctors feared Noble would not survive.
The poison damaged her optic nerve. She returned in the hospital every day for three months for antibiotic drip treatments.
After returning to her home in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, Noble continued treatment at SanFrancisco's Proctor Eye Center. A year later, some vision returned to her left eye.
Many of the San Francisco's center clients were young men. Noble especially liked one named Tom. One day, Tom was not at the clinic.
"They said he had died," she said. "They said he had AIDS and that most of the young men in the waiting room had AIDS.
"I had not been aware that when you have AIDS, you can also lose your vision because your immune system is weakened. I found it totally heart-breaking that they have to deal both AIDS and blindness."
Noble promised herself that if she got better; she would do something for them.
That is the inspiration behind Beautiful Dreamer.
A pair of diamond earrings go with the sculpture. One earring goes on the work. The other is worn by the owner or is used "simply as a prayer for healing," Noble said.
The sculpture is one in an edition of 90 with 10 artist proofs. Noble's long-term goal is to raise $1 million to help blind centers and AIDS research.

To find out more about the free services offered by the Blind & Visually Impaired Center of Monterey County or to see Beautiful Dreamer, call 831.649.3505
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Services include Braille instruction, "mobility" cane instruction and getting around on the bus, "access technology" such as screen magnification and a Low Vision Support Group.
The center's Web site is

Artist Chloe Dee Noble's website:

The center is located at 225 Laurel Avenue in Pacific Grove. A non-profit organization established in 1971.

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