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NOAH DOELY

Noah Doely is an artist who grew up in Iowa and graduated from the University of Northern Iowa.

   
   

"Untitled"

10" x 14"

Photogravure

   

"Untitled"

8" x 10"

Ambrotype

   
   

from the series "A Natural History"

11" x 14"

Ambrotype

 

 

from the series "A Natural History" diptych

two - 11" x 14"

Ambrotypes

 

   
   

"The Expanse of a Fact"

two - 11" x 14"

Tintypes

 

 

 

from the series "A Natural History"

11" x 14"

Ambrotype

   
   

from the series "A Natural History"

11" x 14"

Ambrotype

 

 

from the series "A Natural History"

11" x 14"

Ambrotype

 

   
   

 

"Untitled #5 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

30" x 40"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

 

 

 

"Untitled #10 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

20" x 24"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   
   

 

"Untitled #7 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

20" x 24"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

 

"Untitled #3 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

28" x 28"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   
   

 

"Untitled #9 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

40" x 60"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   
   

 

"Untitled #1 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

20" x 35"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   
   

 

"Untitled #2 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

20" x 35"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   
   

 

"Untitled #6 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

30" x 18"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

 

"Untitled #8 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

24" x 20"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   
   

 

"Untitled #4 from the series Above & Below"

(pinhole photograph)

20" x 35"

Archival pigment print mounted on aluminum

   

 

 

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