Mark Noble

Markk Noble is a Somerset artist who finds inspiration in the lesser appreciated land and seascapes around him. For Mark, art is about exploring light and space and their interplay. His icon is JMW Turner and his work echoes the connection with nature, with atmosphere and with light of the master.


Mark Noble exhibiting as part of Soil Culture at Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World. The Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW), in collaboration with University College Falmouths RANE (Research in Art, Nature and Environment) research group and MA Art & Environment; and other national and international partnerships, is developing a year-long programme in 2013-14 of exhibitions and socially- engaged activities re-examining the cultural and environmental importance of soil and the underlying issues to a wider audience.


The first two exhibitions will show work by 5 international artists, Mel Chin, Herman de Vries, Richard Long, Ana Mendieta (tbc) and Alan Sonfist.

Mark has been selected to submit work along side the resident artists. Mark's piece has been inspired by the landscape with the use of traditional charcoal depicting the
map contours. To visit Marks website click here


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Somerset levels

Somerset Levels


Forest walk

Forest Walk


Summer in Somerset

Summer in Somerset

Exmoor snow

Exmoor Snow




Pottery mug being painted




Pottery collection




Pottery jug



Pottery plate



pottery vase