About Me


I am a professional fine artist focusing on sociological studies and feminist theory. My work is narrative and expressive, with an emphasis on human emotion and technical skill. 

Brittany Noriega

I am a professional fine artist in the Kansas City region. My creative process focuses on studies in sociology and feminist theory. I am a small business owner with experience in operations, management, curating and team development. I also enjoy being an advocate for my community.

I studied studio art and sociology in the Black Hills of South Dakota and have been a self employed artist for 10 years. I have shown work locally and regionally, have pieces in private and public collections throughout the United States and have been published both nationally and internationally.

For available works and/or prints please contact me via email or message.

Solo Exhibitions

Solo Exhibition at JCAHC
(October 2020 – January 2021) Postponed due to COVID
New Growth – Solo Exhibition at Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center in Overland Park, KS. This exhibition focuses on growth and rehabilitation after the trauma of domestic abuse, through both personal experience and interviews with other survivors. It will explore a range of topics including the definition of beauty, the ideation of grandeur, the infliction of emotional distress, and direct effects of a patriarchal society.

Group Exhibitions

Group Exhibition at Beco Gallery
(August 2020 – September 2020)
Parlor style group exhibit at Beco Gallery in Kansas City, MO.

Group Exhibition at JCAHC
(August 2020 – January 2021)
Resilience, Reflection & Rebuilding – Artists respond to COVID-19.

Group Exhibition at R.G. Endres Gallery
(September 2019 – October 2019)
State of the Arts 2019 – 13th annual juried exhibition in Prairie Village, KS.

Group Exhibition at InterUrban Arthouse
(April 2019 – May 2019)
Community showcase at InterUrban Arthouse in Overland Park, KS

Past Experience

Owner at Golden Dagger Tattoo Parlor
(2010 – 2015)
Golden Dagger Tattoo Parlor specialized in bold, traditional, and colorful tattoo work. Artists were encouraged to develop artist practice beyond typical tattoo procedure and to develop relationships with the community through the showing of artwork and partnerships with surrounding businesses.

Apprentice/Tattooer at Lakota Ink
(2007 – 2010)
The role of an apprentice in the field of tattooing is to study the specialized techniques that are involved under the guidance of a professional or team of professional tattooers. It involved the study of workplace procedures, safety and health guidelines, the development of artistic practice, and specialized training and certification.