SHERMAN NOBLEMAN (1941 – 2015)
Sherman Nobleman uses a variety of methods to create his textural, minimalist works. The effect is very subtle, leading the viewer into a quiet meditation on the expressive quality of each work. His paintings are steeped in emotion, reflective thought and beauty, allowing space for subjective interpretation. An extension of his abstract expressionist predecessors, he seeks not to teach or convey a message, but to allow the viewer a moment to pause, reflect and interpret.
Nobleman’s work has been exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally. He had many solo and group exhibitions, and awards were numerous. His paintings are included in private and public collections, including Auberge du Soleil (Rutherford, California), The Napa Valley Community Foundation (Napa, California), Cisco Systems (San Jose, California), and Weidenhammer Systems Corporation (Wyomissing, Pennsylvania).
Rain Series 29
Mixed media on linen
72 by 60 inches