?In my artwork, I use a variety of print-based media as well as drawing, painting, digital design and sculpture. I was trained as a printmaker, and use techniques that expand the boundaries of fine art printmaking. I continually explore the fusion of traditional print techniques with new materials and technology to create new types of art objects. I have broad and divergent interests which have lead me toward projects that examine the 21st century American military experience in relation to current events, news media, fictional entertainment modes. I am exploring these themes in concert with my interest in art/design history and world history.?
Noah Breuer grew up in Berkeley, California. He received a BFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design, an MFA from Columbia University and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Japanese woodblock printmaking and papermaking from Kyoto Seika University in Kyoto, Japan. His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions nationally and internationally in China and Japan. Noah works as an Adjunct Professor in the printmaking department at New York University and as a Freelance Master Printer.
In his extensive teaching experience, Noah has led undergraduate and graduate students courses in Drawing, Mixed Media, Intaglio, Lithography, Silkscreen, Relief and Digital printing. Noah has participated in numerous print collaborations both as a freelance master printer with artists such as Kiki Smith, Gregory Amenoff, Trenton Doyle Hancock and Sanford Biggers. His collaborations extend to work with galleries and publishers on diverse projects such as sculptural installations, apparel, fine art prints, portfolios and books.