isolda mora noli lester

isolda mora noli lester

Cylindric expresionist Isolda Mora Noli is a second generation master painter and sculptor. While growing up in Panama, she earned her master's degree from the University of Panama. She inherited her artistic skills from her father the renowned artist, Jose Guillermo Mora Noli. Jose immigrated to Panama from Genoa, Italy and was the founder of the Constructionist Cylindric School of Sculpture in Panama City. Known as the father of modern sculpture in Panama, he was also an accomplished painter, art critic, art professor and architect. His art is included in the permanent collections of the New York Museum of Modern Art and the Corcoran Gallery in Washington D.C.. He instilled his passion for art and shared his trade secrets of a master artist with Isolda throughout her childhood.

Isolda's distinctive style is inspired by her childhood memories growing up in the lush tropical paradise of Panama. At an early age, under her father's careful tutelage, Isolda demonstrated her aptitude for painting and drawing while at the Panama Art Institute. Isolda's abstract impressionist cylindric art form is a technique that she developed through her hard work. She has exhibited her art at the Miami Solo, Gallery 101, Art Guild as well as many other exhibitions. Her art is designed to transport you to a dreamland of beauty, peace and love for eternity. Her current collection, “Fantasy Girls”is inspired by the beauty,passion and hard work ethic of today's woman.

Isolda feels truly blessed to be able to practice her unique art form and is sincerely grateful for all the support of her buyers, collectors and designers worldwide.


Fantasy Girls – Girls from Another Planet – Carnival Girls – Ondina – Rainforest – Everglades – Safari – Water View – Flowers for Eternity – Abstracts.