Michelle B. Noah, known for her enneagram paintings, will have an exhibit at Richardson’s Eisemann Center from Mar. 2 – Mar. 27.
The Lake Highlands artist, who has her own gallery in Garland’s Historic District, painted a series of pieces for her latest music-inspired “Laurel Canyon.” Each piece is inspired by a different song and music artists from 1965-1975, such as Joni Mitchell, Sting and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
“It’s one of my favorite shows, and I’ll have a QR code by each work, about 30 paintings, to the song that inspired each one,” Noah says.
There will also be an artist meet and greet on Friday, Mar. 4 from 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Aside from bright colors, the technique Noah uses in her painting is layering to create texture, movement and energy.
The gallery will be inside of the Eisemann’s Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery with hours from noon to 5 p.m. and during all public events. Admission is free.
Eisemann Center is located at 2351 Performance Dr., Richardson.