Noel Nault is a Canadian fine art photographer who lives in Kimberley, B.C.
Drawn to the delicate beauty of the landscape, Noel’s creativity is inspired by the Canadian landscapes and its nuance of human interactions.
Growing up Noel has always been curious with the small unknowns in the wilderness. To him, capturing these moments in time with mood and expression has been his area of expertise. Noel's influencers to his fine art vision derives from artists such as Lawren Harris, Emily Carr, Michael Kenna, Tim Rudman, Roman Loranc and John Sexton. Noel’s work has adopted a unique style that encompasses both modernism and a subtle touch of minimalism.
Despite instant imagery and mass production being ever so present in the digital era, Noel continues to be drawn to the textile feel of black and white analogue film with processing in his custom traditional wet darkroom.
He photographs with a 4”x5” large format field camera and processes his own silver gelatin prints.
Noel’s four years of education in fine arts at Concordia University in Montreal includes photography, Sculpture, silk screening and pencil drawing.
"The elusive opportunity in transforming my vision of the landscape into a visual art is inspirational. My mission is to inspire the audience with my suggestive and never ending stories that I discover when adventuring in such unusual places.”