Chelsea Noyon, just turning 19 years old, has been creating art ever since she can remember. She creates detailed Acrylic paintings focusing on the equine species. Her paintings are both meticulous and artistic, using mainly a dry brush technique with Acrylic paints. Chelsea also uses charcoal and lead, creating black and white drawings of the angelic and powerful horses.
Chelsea has been drawing using lead and charcoal all of her life and has experimented alone with techniques. She has never truly had any formal training but instead draws using only her pure, raw talent. Recently, she has taken a certain interest in colours and paints and has begun working on large pieces and now appreciates the lengthy process involved when painting. Chelsea also has interests in photography, taking pictures of her horses as well as other animals and landscapes.
Chelsea is also a rider and loves each of her horses greatly. She currently has three horses, one of which is only 3 years, Chianti, who has not yet been started under saddle. Chelsea has, however, already started another of her horses–her beloved gelding, Zephyr. She has had him since he was 11 months old, him now being 5 years, and is her best friend.