Doron Noyman paints and creates mixed media works that are both abstract and representational and respond to the interpersonal and societal dynamics within a city. His works have been exhibited at Google, the Triton Museum of Art among other locations in the San Francisco Bay Area and collected by people both in the United States and other countries. Doron Noyman is a grant recipient for an artist residency in France for June 2018. Noyman lives and works in Palo Alto, California.


My work focuses on the interpersonal and on communities. I weave together stories and observations from my life and from the lives of people around me, mixing in reference points to the past, present, and future. I like observing city life and the people who live there. I am interested in what people think about and how they interact together. I am interested in the layering and connection of varying vantage points, from divergent time periods, from old and young, rich and poor, happy and sad. I am interested in the forces that inspire movement through obstacles and countervailing influences, and how the past and present come together to inform the future. I like the world of abstraction because it allows me to work intuitively in exploration of a question or issue. It allows me to work in a non-linear way to pursue connections and truths that I would not be able to otherwise make. I start with a basic inquiry, an idea or spark of an idea that interests me and work intuitively until the artwork feels complete. In more recent work, I have introduced representational form as it allows me to better confront concepts rather than reflect them. I am excited to see where this new inquiry will take me. Painting is my primary medium but my work also includes original poetry, mixed media collage and assemblage of everyday objects. Influences include Robert Rauschenberg, Joan MirĂ³, Philip Guston, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hans Hofmann, Willem de Kooning, Joan Mitchell, and Franz Kline, to name just a few. Many thanks for looking!


As the son of an artist, I learned from watching my mother paint from an early age. Other influences include works by Robert Rauschenberg, Joan MirĂ³, Philip Guston, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hans Hofmann, Willem de Kooning, Joan Mitchell, and Franz Kline, to name just a few.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS o Upcoming Solo Exhibition entitled "Home" by Doron Noyman, Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, Mountain View, CA. April 10, 2018 - June 8, 2018. o Upcoming Solo Exhibit: Doron Noyman, City Hall, Department of Community Development, Mountain View, CA. April 10, 2018 - June 8, 2018. o Solo Exhibition: Doron Noyman, Vino Locale, Palo Alto, CA, May - November 2016. o Solo Exhibit by Doron Noyman, Foothills Tennis & Swimming Club, Palo Alto, CA, November - December 2015. o Doron Noyman, WineJazzArt Event, The Marc, Palo Alto, CA, November 5, 2015. o Art Salon Open House by Doron Noyman, The Tan Plaza Continental, Palo Alto, CA, October 9, 2015. o GOOGLE Solo Exhibit by Doron Noyman, Exhibit of 43 works of art throughout Google Finance HQ, 1245 Charleston Road, Mountain View, CA, January - May 2013. GROUP EXHIBITIONS: o Triton Museum of Art's Salon at the Triton 2017: 2D Art Competition & Exhibition, Santa Clara, CA, November 11, 2017 - February 4, 2018. o Celebration of Oneness Art Exhibition, Rinconada Library, Palo Alto, CA, November 1-30, 2017. o Celebration of Oneness Performing Arts Exhibition, Sophia University, Palo Alto, CA, October 21, 2017. o Art for Shaare Zedek Fundraising Exhibit, The Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA, October 27, 2013. o Hard Rock Ohlone Fundraising Event, Crowne Plaza Cabana, Palo Alto, CA, March 2, 2013. o GOOGLE (Headquarters), 1300 Crittenden Lane, Mountain View, CA, May - September 2013. o Silicon Valley Open Studios Exhibit at Palo Alto Studios, Palo Alto, CA, October 24-25, 2004. o Small Works Exhibit, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA, December 2003. o The Jungle Digital Imaging, Palo Alto, CA, November-December 2003. o Still of the Night Exhibit, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA, November 2003. o Close Up Exhibit, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA, September 2003.


Wow, am I excited! Lots of great things are coming up this year. First, I am kicking off 2 solo exhibitions starting in April. Then, this summer I will be attending an Art Residency at Chateau Orquevaux in the Champagne region of France. So grateful for the grant that is making this journey possible! There is so much to do to prepare for both the exhibits and the residency. Looking forward to making the most of this opportunity and to it being as productive and fruitful as possible. Will keep you updated on my creative journey.

Awards and Honors

o Awarded grant for a two-week Art Residency at the Chateau d'Orquevaux in the Champagne region of France for June 2018. o Featured in over 30 collections on including "Vango Picks," "Captivating Abstracts," "Best of 2016," and "Curator's Weekly Favorites." o Featured as "Artist of the Day" by on December 13, 2016. o Featured by in two of the Chief Curator's collections: "Inspired by Andy Warhol" and "Originals $1,000 and Under." o Press features: International art commenter, AuraYArte, published three articles about my work (see on January 8, 2018, October 4, 2017 and August 27, 2017).