Noah Hartley is a conservation artist and art educator based in the United States (North Carolina). His plan was to illustrate Iceland’s wildlife and in doing so study the history and relationship with them and the island they inhabit.
”After seeing multiple artists that were staying there do printmaking, I decided it would be a good idea to grow my printmaking skills and learn how to teach it for my classes back home. I was able to create 5 linocut prints with lots of prints from each one and truly learned so much from so many different artists (including Una)!
My stay at the Fish Factory undoubtedly changed me as a person and an artist, and equipped me with the necessary skills to teach printmaking in the states!”
Thank you, Noah! :)