Noël Skrzypczak was born in Toronto, Canada and relocated to Canberra with her family as a young child.
She completed a Visual Arts degree at the Australian National University School of Art, Canberra, including a semester at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA.
Solo exhibitions include Talking to Strangers at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 2011; In the woods at Neon Parc, Melbourne, 2011; and Cave Painting at Grant Pirrie, Sydney, 2006. Skrzypczak has also exhibited in group exhibitions across Australia including New Psychedelia at The University of Queensland Art Museum, An Ever-Expanding Universe at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art and Uncanny Nature at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
She has been commissioned to create permanent wall-works for the City of Dreams in Macau and Crown Metropol Hotel in Melbourne, and her work has been featured on ABC TV and in the print media including Art & Australia, Eyeline, Vogue Living and UN magazine.
Skrzypczak has completed residencies at Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces in Melbourne and the Australia Council for the Arts studio in Tokyo.
She lives in Melbourne, Australia and is represented by Neon Parc gallery.