“I like to create art that makes people smile.”
Designing jewelry professionally since 2004 when she was just 6 years old, Noelle is a fourth-generation artist in a family of more than 35 professional artists working in media as varied as metal sculpture, photography, wood sculpture, fabric weaving, dolls, and of course, jewelry. Her maternal grandfather is international sculptor Seppo Aarnos, another featured artist at art251.
Noelle is in fifth grade at a local Christian school where her favorite subjects are art, P.E., history – and lunch! She donates at least ten percent of all her profits to help others.
For art251, Noelle creates delightful ceramic pendants from scratch, resulting in one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces for women and teens. Art-o-mat, the unique vending machine art concept featured at art251 as well as locations throughout North America and Europe, now includes Noelle’s unique glass bead bracelets under the name It’s a Girl Thing, also targeted toward women and teens.