“Daydreams and impossibilities are commonplace in my mind. When a scene or story jumps into my consciousness I feel compelled to act and collect source material. Once all the images are photographed and digitally cut up and the vision I had in my head begins to emerge on the screen I become elated.”
Greg Noblin is an Atlanta-based artist who specializes in creating surrealist and mystical artwork through photography and digital art. Greg’s work uses a combination of animals, landscapes, toys, and other familiar objects juxtaposed against alien and fantastical scenes to create artwork that can almost be seen as a mix between Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte. In his own words, he likes turning photographs into art that looks nothing like a photograph. Greg joined us to talk about his work, his career progression as a professional artist, and his views on growth, failure, and the like.
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