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Greg Noblin is a represented and collected photography based fine artist living in Atlanta, Georgia.

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STATEMENT FOR THE ILLUSTRATIONS
Memories, fantasies, daydreaming, and imagination were my playground as a youth. Childhood was a time where I could simply daydream and imagine far out wonderful things. Feeling I had lost some of the whimsical freedom of childhood imagination I began an exploration into these daydreams, the imaginary impossibilities. And as a result I’ve found these suppositions to be a bridge between childhood fantasy and adult “reality.”
Daydreams and impossibilities are commonplace in my mind. When a scene or story jumps into my consciousness I am compelled to act and collect source material. Once all the images are digitally cut up and the vision I had in my head begins to eme…

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  • Born on November 24
  • Joined August 29, 2011

About

Greg Noblin is a represented and collected photography based fine artist living in Atlanta, Georgia.

gregnoblinart.com

STATEMENT FOR THE ILLUSTRATIONS
Memories, fantasies, daydreaming, and imagination were my playground as a youth. Childhood was a time where I could simply daydream and imagine far out wonderful things. Feeling I had lost some of the whimsical freedom of childhood imagination I began an exploration into these daydreams, the imaginary impossibilities. And as a result I’ve found these suppositions to be a bridge between childhood fantasy and adult “reality.”
Daydreams and impossibilities are commonplace in my mind. When a scene or story jumps into my consciousness I am compelled to act and collect source material. Once all the images are digitally cut up and the vision I had in my head begins to emerge on the screen I become elated. When I see with my eyes what I saw in my mind there is a connection I make to my childhood memories of imagination. Even then the image needs a soul. The use of texture gives me a sense of nostalgia, an inviting warmth, intrigue, and breathes life into the pictures. Using textures in my images helps me connect with my past imagination and to create a tactile invitation for me to become lost in my invented worlds. Creating a series of photographic illustrations to reconnect me to my childhood imagination has brought a new level of freedom. These images send me to a far out place where I can escape reality for a while and be a child again. They allow me to travel where there are no rules and anything can happen.

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