Noa Mohlabane Art Collections
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Artwork by Noa Mohlabane
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Ocean View Patricks Point by Noa Mohlabane
Early Morning Garden Walk by Noa Mohlabane
Dewdrop Conversation by Noa Mohlabane
Whispy clouds and Mt. Shasta by Noa Mohlabane
Sun Blossom by Noa Mohlabane
Yemaya's Mankala by Noa Mohlabane
Iris Invitation by Noa Mohlabane
Pomegranate Still Life by Noa Mohlabane
Shy Blossom by Noa Mohlabane
Autumn Red by Noa Mohlabane
The Kiss by Noa Mohlabane
Mountains Blue by Noa Mohlabane
Toolshed Buddha by Noa Mohlabane
Yemaya Sculpts 8 by Noa Mohlabane
Spring River Flow by Noa Mohlabane
Catching Sunlight by Noa Mohlabane
Holding All Our Spirits by Noa Mohlabane
Rock Stacks by Noa Mohlabane
Intimate Blossoms by Noa Mohlabane
California Poppies by Noa Mohlabane
Dandelion by Noa Mohlabane
Grand Oaks by Noa Mohlabane
Path to the Light by Noa Mohlabane
Seed in Rock by Noa Mohlabane
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About Noa Mohlabane
I love to use my camera to witness the perfect form, balance and intense sensuality of nature. Now, using a digital camera, I am most drawn to sharing images just as I found them in nature, without staging. Please feel free to contact me about more details for any image you are drawn to.
Sharing my witnessing of open heart moments in candid portraits where the spirit of the person shines through, is another passion. These photos available in password protected galleries unless I have permission to share an image publicly.
I began intently studying photography books such as ï¿½The Family of Manï¿½ when I was a toddler. Bought my first ï¿½coffee tableï¿½ photography book out of my 75 cent per week allowance when I was 12: ï¿½House of Bondageï¿½ by Earnest Cole. Received my first 35mm camera when I was 16 and set up darkroom in the bathroom.
I began photographing people doing transformative work in Be Present in 1988. These photos combine my work as a photographer with my heartï¿½s work with Be Present, inc., (www.BePresent.org), a nonprofit organization dedicated to transformative social change organizing work.