Daisy Dodd-Noble is a painter based in London. She graduated from her MFA at the New York Academy of Arts in TriBeCa, New York in 2016, where she was in the class “painting from the imagination” with Inka Essenhigh and a tool class with Kurt Kauper and Jean Pierre Roy. Since then, her work has been exhibited in several countries including the United States, Italy and the United Kingdom.
Dodd-Noble paints caricatures of familiar landscapes such as hills, trees, and skies. Exploring the larger topic of environmentalism and consciousness, her surrealist scenes give way to an alternate reality. The artist invites us to consider the relationship between humans and the natural world by drawing on similar characteristics between people and trees.
She had her first solo exhibition at Roman Road Gallery, Columbia Hotel (London, 2020). Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Stems Gallery, Ixelles (BEL, 2022); Roman Road Gallery, London (UK, 2022); G / A R T / E N, Como (IT, 2021); Unit Gallery, London (UK, 2021); Bowes-Parris Gallery, London (UK, 2021) and Tchotchke Gallery, New York (US, 2020). Dodd-Noble has participated in the residency programme of L21 Gallery (ES, 2021) where she had her solo exhibition “Grounded” and “Origins” in 2022.