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Nic Noblique

325.232.5533 | info@nobliquestudios.com  |  www.nobliquestudios.com

Nic Noblique is an artist who sculpts with salvaged steel. His sculpture has been exhibited in many solo and group shows at galleries and art centers nationally and abroad. He has accepted many commissions to create sculpture for both private and corporate collections, such as Baylor Heart Hospital in Plano, Texas, Forest Park Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, LA Z Boy Headquarters in Monroe, Michigan, Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, Denton City Hall, in Denton, TX, Park 17 Luxury High-rise in Dallas,Texas, and The Core Apartments in Houston, Texas. In 2003, his sculpture 'Runner' won Chicago's Navy Pier Walk Competition, Juror David Pagel. In 2008, he received a grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation. He donates his art to numerous charities and arts initiatives. Noblique has taught graduate level 3D art at Hardin Simmons University and now works with apprentices at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. Noblique has owned two art galleries, both highly regarded in their respective communities. His alternative art space and studio concept in Galveston, called The Nic Noblique Studio Gallery, garnered a ‘Best Art Gallery’ award in 2008 from Galveston.com and company.

Prior to transitioning into fine art full time, Noblique's passion was for snowboarding and skateboarding. He owned and operated skate and snow retail shops in Wisconsin, California, and the Pacific northwest. He placed in the first ever X-Games (snowboarding competition). After studying pliable materials engineering in California, he created a new center point concave skateboard that was then produced by major skateboard manufacturers. He continued to apply creative insight with an understanding of physics to design and produce several indoor and outdoor skate and snow parks. In 2000, he left the skate and snow industry to work as a full time artist.