David Noyes is a local artist who has worked in many media, including watercolor, pastels, and pen & ink. He received a Masters of Architecture in 1979 from The Catholic University in Washington DC., then worked more than 35 years as a licensed professional architect. Prior to that, he took courses in drawing, painting and design, sculpture, and art history at the University of Wyoming. At the Iowa City Senior Center, he has taken drawing courses with Garth Conley and from 2014 has been part of a group led by Jim Ochs working on watercolor, pen & ink, and pastel art.
Jason Snell is a multidisciplinary artist with expertise in several fields, including music, computer programming, artificial intelligence, motion design, and generative art systems. For over 20 years, he’s fused these talents into multimedia projects, most recently using an EEG biosensor to compose music directly with his thoughts.
Jason’s development and design work has included projects for global media departments such as HBO, MTV, and Condé Nast. His worked has earned ADC, IAB, Webby, and Glaad Media awards, and been featured at Sundance, SXSW, the Berlin Independent, SF Independent, Slamdance DIG, and Eufonia festivals.