Sarah Suzanne Noble is a photographer from Chicago. Her most recent work has resulted from searches of sidewalks, curbs, and alleys for light, texture, and beauty. She finds colors in the midst of grey winters, and delights in the hunt for beauty with a love for detail and landscape. Historical architecture is prominent in her neighborhood and she records it in an effort to preserve the beauty, character and diversity of the lively East Village she calls home.
Sarah will be featured in our May 2018 exhibition, CounterCulture: Hidden Stories of Chicago Past and Present. You can discover more of Sarah’s work here.
Featured work: Community Garden Chains, photograph, 8×10 (left)
Mary Remains, Photograph,16×20 (right)