Colorful art exhibit at Richardson’s Eisemann Center inspired by Laurel Canyon musicians

local artist Michelle B. Noah’s Laurel Canyon Series will be on display at the Eisemann Center in Richardson from March 2-27.

The exhibition will be free and open to the public.

The series is inspired by the work of Laurel Canyon musicians in Los Angeles, California, from 1965 to 1975, according to an announcement.

Musicians at the time included Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Joni Mitchell, Mama Cass, Frank Zappa, Jim Morrison and more, according to the Berklee College of Music.

Noah is a Dallas-based painter and owner of the Ninth Street Gallery in Garland.

She enjoys creating a series of paintings with a theme and inspiration, the ad states. Noah works with bold, intense colors and uses a layering technique that creates texture, movement and energy, according to the announcement.

An image of a painting from the Laurel Canyon series by Dallas-based artist Michelle B. Noah.(Photo courtesy of the Eisemann Center)

Noah’s training is in printmaking and painting, the ad states. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design.

The exhibition will be presented in the mezzanine gallery of the Eisemann Centre. The Eisemann Center is located at 2351 Performance Drive in Richardson.

Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The gallery is also open during all public events.

More information about exhibitions and events is available on the Eisemann Center website.

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Reggie S. Williams