Lindsey Nobel

Her fluid line language and neuron like shapes float over deep colored infinite backgrounds creating a unique visual language that represents the complex layering of the new social media sphere exploring the invisible connections between humans and machines.

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Biography

Lindsey Nobel was raised in San Diego since age 5 when her parents moved to Mission Hills in 1975, 

She attended Point Loma high school and went on to University of California, Santa Cruz.

Also attending the royal College of art in London, studied figurative painting at the Museum school 

in Boston.  She currently works in San Diego and Los Angeles. 

  In 1992 After receiving her BFA degree in painting from UC Santa Cruz, and before the internet 

linked the world together,  Nobel created a drawing and painting language about the growing 

virtual social Information Age, an overly connected world where everyone is linked yet feels dislocated. 

In 1996 she moved to New York City where She lived and worked as an artist until 2008 and became  

part of the  Micro Drawing and System watching art movements in Williamsburg, Brooklyn along 

such noted artists  as Mark Lombardi and Dan Zeller .

 Becoming part of the New York art establishment Nobel worked and engaged with such noted artists 

as Dennis Oppenheim, Louis Bourgoise, Inka Essenheigh, Cecily Brown, Fred Tomasseli, and showed in

important exhibitions that included Sol le Witt and Wassily Kandinsky . 

  Thrilled with her New York experience, but glad to be an artist living in California, due to the state

having a proggressive climate of forward thinking, and being the epicenter of new technologies driving

computer development, the internet, and even space exploration that inspires her work.

  Her fluid liquid line language  and neuron like shapes float over deep colored infinite backgrounds 

creating  a unique visual language that represents the complex layering of the new social media 

driven world exploring the invisible connections between humans and machines, that she deemed the

“info sphere” series of paintings . Today Lindsey Nobel continues her painterly investigations

into the ever evolving and complex new social dynamics with her drawings, paintings, sculpture, 

and even ceramics. 

Nobel has exhibited in prominent galleries in New York, Palm Springs, Dallas, Italy, and Berlin. 

She has served as an art curator, panel member and has been interviewed and written about 

by the Wall Street Journal,  International Artist Magazine and many other prominent Arts publications.