Floating down a lazy river of beautiful women and acid-encrusted dreams, Olga Noes was hatched as the godchild of filth in a sweeping east Tennessee town located on the outskirts of mischief. Her most prolific hobbies include supporting craft beer and food culture, solo dance parties and the ritual of dousing the divine with the atrocious, using pencils and paintbrushes as the viscosity.
A self-taught portrait artist by trade, her primary fuel for creativity is juxtaposition. The marriage of beauty and tragedy is uniquely appealing in prose, paint and life in general to Olga. Joining these two components in all her work, primarily using the female form and portraiture as the medium, is her goal.