About Noelle

 






Noelle Giddings, creator, painter and illustrator, creates set-specific, original though highly evocative, ‘cleared’ art for television. She has enjoyed a long relationship with CBS,  creating most of the art needed for standing sets as well as an episode-by-episode basis for shows The Good Wife, Braindead, and currently The Good Fight and Alan Cummins new show pilot Instinct (no air date yet:).


Formally trained at The Parsons School of Design (holding an MFA), Noelle combines sophisticated technique and craft with a broad visual literacy and vocabulary. This unusual versatility enables her to infuse each piece with the aesthetic sensibility of any period, movement, or school--from the Old Masters to Contemporary Art.


Additionally, Noelle, one of the early (and few) female comic book artists, has over twenty years experience working for Dark Horse, Marvel, and mostly DC Comics (pencils, inks, color, and covers) with hundreds of credits--among them: Batman, Superman, Aquaman, etc.


Noelle is also an accomplished animator having worked on the Nickelodeon series, Doug, as well as the Disney movie, Anna Karenina.


Noelle has taught art at The Cooper Hewitt International Design Museum as well as at The Children’s Museum of the East End.


Noelle’s actively works on projects ranging from Wake Board Design to Wine Labels, and has commissioned artwork is in many private collections. In 2013 one of her paintings was chosen for the juried art show, Women Painting Women at the JR Gallery in Sag Harbor where she currently, and happily, resides.