Noa is a Montreal & Chicago-based artist of all kinds.
She is studying for her BFA in printmedia at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, going back and forth between Montreal and Chicago throughout the year.
Noa is proficient in a variety of mediums and methods, but is primarily a screen printer, illustrator, bookmaker, and photographer. Her artistic style is rooted in minimal line work with a playful, personal feel; her practice is oriented around telling stories, Feminist theory, sharing, and more. Recently, she has been obsessed with her Armenian & Jewish cultural identity, employing stories of her maternal grand-parents and her mother before their immigration to Montreal from Beirut.
Noa is scared of spiders, and doesn't really like bathrooms with no locks. She has trouble with people who walk in the middle of the sidewalk, and certain types of teenagers.
She likes plants and pillows a little too much.
Aside from that, she's okay.
photo by Lauren Oberlin