Noah Grosz was born into an artistic and farming family in rural New Zealand, in 1970. As a young boy he loved to draw, paint and make things. In 1977 his family moved to Australia, and as a teenager Noah attended life drawing classes with Charles Greene, Howard Arkley and Lewis Miller. He continued refining his skills, studying Old Masters painting techniques, and later print making with artist Bill Young. Noah began exhibiting his art at an early age with his artist father, Chris Grosz, and has continued to exhibit his paintings and sculpture in a series of solo and group exhibitions.


In 2004 Noah returned to study and completed Bachelor of Visual Arts at La Trobe University, majoring in Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture. He won the Castlemaine State Festival Biennial Dominique Segan Visual Arts Prize, secured an Australia Council Art Start Grant, exhibited at Diane Tanzer Gallery, and had a major sculptural work acquired by the Bendigo Art Gallery.


Over the years, as well as making art, Noah has been employed in various trade related jobs, as well as sculpting, mould-making and casting at Garage Art bronze casting foundry, as a technician at Bendigo Art Gallery, and as an art handler and technician at the National Gallery of Victoria.


The wealth of artistic and technical experience and skills he has built up over the years, lead to the founding of Noah’s art business on the Bellarine Peninsula which encompasses: sculpting and painting commissions, bronze patination, colouring, and welding, finishing and sculpture repair, mould making, art education services, building art travel crates, art handling and installation, gallery operations and exhibition installation.

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Noah Grosz is a dynamic and fascinating contemporary artist who works across drawing, painting and sculpture and in doing so engages with a multiplicity of concepts. Through his examination of the built and natural environment he highlights contemporary issues of climate change and the uneasy relationship between humans and the environments they inhabit…
— Tansy Curtin - Senior Curator, Bendigo Gallery

Noah Grosz

Noah Grosz