To view a video about my current series, Likely
Stories, please click here.
Allied Arts Foundation Sponsorship
I am excited to announce that I am soliciting support
funds through a 501(c)(3) non-profit umbrella organization, Allied
Arts Foundation, in order to assist in the creation and exhibition
of current and future work. Allied Arts recently accepted me as
a sponsored artist, so that I may raise funds for my work, including
materials and services costs, equipment, digital hardware and
software, service bureau fees, exhibition expenditures, training
costs, and other expenses. I would be most grateful to receive
your support. Contributions are tax-deductible!
If you would like to contribute, please send a
check made out to Allied Arts/Barbara Noah to:
Allied Arts Foundation
3518 Fremont Ave. N., #521
Seattle, WA 98103
Allied Arts will subtract a 10% administrative
fee and send the balance to me. Please email me at this Contact
link to let me know if you send a check. Also, please let me know
if you would like to be thanked on this Support page.
The current work that your contribution will support
is the Likely Stories series, which can be seen in the
video above and the Recent Work section of this website, and is
discussed in the Artist Statement under the About the Art heading
above. Future work will be created through research and development,
including a possible series tentatively titled Hybrid Lives, which
is planned to include digital and mixed media figurative
pieces made with largely non-figurative metaphoric parts representing
multiple identities. I am also interested in exploring the conceptual
and material possibilities for 3D printing and AR/VR technology.
Last spring, I successfully raised funds to achieve
a target goal through Hatchfund, a crowd-funding organization
for artists. This effort supported costs for the creation and
exhibition of work from the Likely Stories series, which
will be shown in September of 2019 at Davidson Galleries (details
A heartfelt thank you to the donors who have supported
this Hatchfund project:
Steve Szilagyi, Allan McCollum, Valerie Schurman, Tom Douglas,
Jacqueline Barnett, Casey Curran, Larry Reid, Claudia Bach, James
Olson, Kathryn Altus, Erik Rostad, Dana Taft, Doug Bayley, Bill
Ritchie, Karen Guzak, Judith Corona, Joan Stuart Ross, Judy Noah,
Grace Noah, Daniel Takashima, Danielle Baker, Gene McMahon, Barbara
Peterson, Alice Anne Focke, and anonymous donors.
Hatchfunds mission is to provide resources
and support to artists who advance culture and inspire brilliance.
Projects on Hatchfund enjoy a 75% success rate. This crowd-funding
service is free for artists with donors helping fund operations
with small additional donations. For more information about Hatchfund,