Logo: American Artist Chloe Dee Noble

News Articles - 2000

The Monterey Peninsula Review, Thursday, December 28, 2000 . . . . . Discovering meaning beyond the media

Monterey, California

-- Artist adds depth to her creations --

The MARY TITUS Gallery, in the center of Carmel-by-the-Sea, is hosting a very special artist, who strives to reveal the depths of human emotions - especially joy and hope - through her work.

CHLOE DEE NOBLE is a highly regarded sculptor and painter of watercolors, many of which depict her beloved Big Sur coastal walks.

Her work is all the more remarkable in that she is partially blind, the result of a brown recluse spider bite.

While in the hospital, she met many young men also facing blindness, but as a result of AIDS. Their courage and dignity inspired her latest project, a reclining bust she entitles "Beautiful Dreamer"

Orders are being taken for the limited edition bronzes which she is preparing for casting. Proceeds will go to research for AIDS and Blindness.

WHAT? Chloe Dee Noble, artist exhibit

WHEN? Now through December 31, 2000
Gallery open 10 AM until 4 PM daily,
some evenings

WHERE? MARY TITUS GALLERY

Middle of San Carlos Square
between 5th and 6th
Carmel-by-the-Sea, California


- - Article written by staff
- - Photograph of Beautiful Dreamer by artist


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