Noah Lindgren to display work February and March
Noah’s interests in nature started early in life. As a child, Noah explored the woods, pastures, lakes and rivers of rural Wisconsin and he was given the freedom to experience these areas uninhibited. Early exposure to the natural world and seasonal extremes charted a course for Noah’s life, which will always include proximity to the beauty of nature’s creations. As years passed, he always felt an underlying gravity to areas surrounded by the undisturbed landscapes of National Parks. This pull has led him to live in the Western United States for the past fifteen years where his passions for nature, adventure and animals have been amalgamated into a perfect concoction to inspire his art. His photos capture the subtleties and solitude of nature and express his personal experiences with nature and the world. In hopes of sharing and preserving these wonders of nature, Noah donates 20% of the proceeds of his art sales to the Bozeman Nature Conservancy.
“It is my feeling that the our National parks, forests, and policies on them set us apart from the rest of the world and it is our duty to protect them for generations to come.” -Noah Lindgren
The subjects of Noah’s art mirror his diversity in interests and evoke a feeling of wonder and adventure unique to the wild areas of these United States. For more information about his work, art, or photography you can email him or check out his gallery online. There are also smaller sizes and prints available from Noah’s photographic catalogue.
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