A unique illumination of an ordinary object. A method based on the side effects of its disposal.

The technique I use to create my sculptures is an elaboration on the scratch, dent and crease. The scratch, when repeated and refined, exposes the bright shine of the raw material. The dent, when expressed with symmetry, pattern and precision, reveals aesthetic form.

“Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.”

― Confucious



Noah Deledda

An American artist known for painting, sculpture, printmaking and design with an inclination to divergent approach. His most recent acclaim being sculptures that re-contextualize the ordinary, dented aluminum can with an obfuscated method.

Born: August 2nd, 1978, Detroit, MI

Resides: Tampa, Florida

Inspiration: Math, philosophy, civics, history, mechanical engineering, the creativity of others.

Influence: M.C. Escher, Salvador Dali

  • VP of the Ybor Art Association
  • Director of the Ybor Art Colony




Schiffbaustrasse 2, 8005 Zürich, Switzerland

+41 79 788 02 02

Exhibition History:

Ripley’s Museum 2014

Aavid Art and Engineering Global Exhibit 2014

  • Laconia, New Hampshire, USA
  • Bologna, Italy
  • Shenzhen, China

Audi Boundary Gala Exhibit 2016

  • Vancouver, BC

Illsol Gallery 2017

  • Tampa, FL

Art Basel, Spectrum 2017

  • Miami, FL

Art Basel Switzerland 2017

  • Basel, Switzerland