[The images were built to] invoke your imagination, they are deep in meaning and concept, yet on the surface playful and fun Greg Noblin Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Photography, 2010 , The Art Institute of Atlanta
Greg Noblin, a 2010 graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Photography program at The Art Institute of Atlanta recently displayed his surreal composites of a reconstructed world at the Atlanta campus. The images were built in Photoshop with hundreds of layers to, “…invoke your imagination,” according to Noblin. “They are deep in meaning and concept, yet on the surface playful and fun,” he said.
Noblin’s works usually include animals in landscapes but in mythical-like scenarios.
Noblin is represented at Kai Lin Gallery. He gained further representation from Brick Gallery in Ohio and online with UGALLERY. His digital images are also included in LOUPE’s selectively curated art streaming service for AppleTV, Kindle Fire, and Google’s over the top television service. In addition to the several gallery shows he’s a part of every year, his work has been exhibited multiple times at the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, TN, and the Dixon Museum in Memphis, TN. His work has been licensed for commercial projects, building installations, reproduction houses, as well as interior design firms, home decor creators, and for television and film sets.
Noblin recently received the prestigious International Photographer of the Year 2017 First place winner- Fine Art: Photo manipulation (Professional) award.