Bio

NoMe Edonna is a self-taught artist born in California and residing in San Francisco since 1999. Known for his smooth-sided biomorphs that combine the organic and the mechanical, his work is an obscure interpretation of contemporary urban life. In recent years, it has become increasingly focused on social, political, and environmental concerns as well as inquiries of science, technology, and study of ancient civilizations. Skilled in both abstract and realist forms of painting, Nome did not study art in school but currently teaches it.

Video featuring NoMe Edonna

What's Left SF

Video by Luna Rienne Gallery

Reflections on the recent changes in San Francisco.

Otherworldly - NoMe Edonna

Video by Martha Traer

Music by NoMe Edonna

Artist NoMe Edonna discusses the creative mind-space.

Past Shows

Affordable Art Series 5

Affordable Art Series 5

December 10, 2016 - January 9, 2017

The 5th edition of the Affordable Art Series.

What's Left SF

What's Left SF

October 22, 2016 - December 5, 2016

A group show contemplating the current state of San Francisco.

Affordable Art Series

Affordable Art Series

December 6, 2014 - January 20, 2015

Luna Rienne Gallery launches a new affordable art series.

Otherworldly

Otherworldly

July 13, 2013 - August 12, 2013

A group show featuring work by NoMe Edonna, Norm Maxwell, Lee Harvey Roswell, and Alec Huxley.