Noah Emhurt’s work is a culmination of his life and surroundings. He pulls from the culture of living in major cities from Tokyo to New York to Los angeles and now Pittsburgh, where he currently resides.
Having earned a degree in fine art, he utilizes that with his spirit as a young, rebellious youth who constantly painted on his bedroom walls and spray painted images on the streets of his hometown. His bold imagery juxtaposed by a somewhat “chaotic” painting style reflects this. As far as subject matter, everything seems to be fair game.
Aside from showing his work in several galleries, Noah’s work can also be seen in an array of films and television shows.
Vestige Gallery, Pittsburgh 2021 “New Appalachia Mixed Exhibition”
Christine Frechard Gallery, Pittsburgh 2020 “Running Amuck”
Galley One Collective Works, Pittsburgh 2019 “Everybody Wants Pretty”
The Inn Gallery, LA 2016 “Attendance Required”
Gabba Gallery, LA 2016 "The Doheny Challenge"
E Gallery, LA 2012 "All Out of Roses"
Jesse Best Gallery, Pittsburgh 2018 “Collective 23”
Co-Lab Gallery, LA 2016 “Hey Man”
ETA, LA 2016 “The Bright Spot”
Co-Lab Gallery, LA 2015 "Launchshow"
Gabba Gallery, LA 2014 "Face It"
Gabba Gallery, LA 2014 "Motif"
Co-Lab gallery, LA 2013
Gabba Gallery, LA 2013 "Corresponding Measures"
Gabba Gallery, LA 2013 "Wabba at the Gabba"
The Hive Gallery, LA 2013
Gabba Gallery, LA 2013 "Wood Metal Screw"
Co-Lab, LA 2012 Gallery Opening
Renegade, Palm Springs 2012
Savage Gallery, Palm Springs 2012
Lurie Gallery, Beverly Hills 2012
Art walk, Downtown LA 2011
Sotheby's, Palm Springs 2011
Renegade, Palm Springs 2010
Art All Night 2020, 2021
Lionel Renard Salon, Los Angeles
Documentary (short film)
YouTube / Vimeo search Noah Emhurt
Filmed by Siren Studios: Todd Stefani and Matt Melander
TV / Film (partial list)
Pee Wee's Big Holiday
Brooklyn Nine Nine
Grace and Frankie
American Horror Story
Casa of Los Angeles, LA 2017 3rd Annual Wine + Art
Project Angel Food, LA 2013 “Get Art”
diversionsla.com, “Connect with Gabba Gallery" by Genie Davis
blogtalkradio.com, “How to Be Comfortable in Your Own Shoes” by Lauren Liebowitz
Bowling Green State University
Bachelors of Fine Art