David Noyes has been involved with historical art and genealogical photography for several years and recently decided to begin installations and exhibition of his personal work.
Together, he and his wife Jeulet collaborate in a shared space, demonstrating their love for sepia and experiment in color wash.
They plan to do several installations a year focusing on historical themes and subjects of personal importance to them, combining original written prose and poetry with usage of their original and collected photography.
The first exhibit is called “Ancestral Blessings” and focuses on genealogical research dating back to Civil War days.
David’s ancestors are recorded with original founders of our country that sailed from England on the Mary and John, one of the first five ships to arrive in the establishment and settlement of Newbury Mass. in the mid 1600's.
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