Daisy Dodd Noble's technicolour oil paintings of imaginary worlds and whimsical landscapes

Daisy Dodd Noble, Family. Image courtesy of the artist

Taking a peek inside the imagination of British artist Daisy Dodd Noble, we get a decent understanding of the colourful and whimsical landscapes she loves to dream up for her ongoing series of oil paintings.

But it isn't all made up; Daisy does use a dash of observation to inspire her many artworks, which are created on canvas or linen. "The work explores ideas of consciousness, light, colour and space, depicting natural landscapes and dramatic outdoor settings," Daisy tells Creative Boom.

Splitting her time between London and New York, Daisy completed her MFA at the New York Academy of Arts, after living and working between Dubai and Iraq in the oil and gas industry, and for the United Nations in the Office for Disarmament Affairs. "I work mainly in oils and more recently mainly from imagination," she adds.

Whether painting landscapes in Miami with sunset skies or majestic volcanoes in Costa Rica with unusual plants and trees, the running theme is one of colour, soft muted brushstrokes and nature that looks familiar but potentially from another world. You can see more of her work at daisydoddnoble.com.

Daisy Dodd Noble, Sunset Climb. Image courtesy of the artist

Daisy Dodd Noble, Sunset Climb. Image courtesy of the artist

Daisy Dodd Noble, 8th Street. Image courtesy of the artist

Daisy Dodd Noble, 8th Street. Image courtesy of the artist

Daisy Dodd Noble, Island. Image courtesy of the artist

Daisy Dodd Noble, Island. Image courtesy of the artist