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Noel is the embodiment of passion and talent required by all great artists, reflected in his ever-evolving work. Born in a family of artists ballet was his first passion and drawing earned him a place in Havana's San Alejandro Academy. While dancing he designed sets and costumes for the companies he worked with. At age 30 Noel retired from Ballet giving painting his entire attention. Classical and Modern Masters influence him, specially Art Deco Master Tamara de Lempicka who helped him find his own artistic language and style. He’s been commissioned by private and corporate collectors such as Absolut Vodka, the cities of Boston, Miami and Miami Beach. Some of these are; Two murals for Miami Beach’s Ritz Plaza Hotel, the Grove Isle Hotel creating two large paintings and the fountain at its entrance, and large murals for San Diego's Paradise Point Hotel. Argentinian author Alicia Borinsky selected two of Noel’s paintings for her book jackets. He was also commissioned to create a portrait for Eartha Kitt who became a close friend and mentor. University of Miami commissioned Noel to create sets and costumes for the World Premier of National Ballet of Cuba Prima Ballerina Rosario Suarez, for her ballet "Cecilia Valdez”. CNN Español also commissioned him to create the painting for their Miami’s Premiere Gala. 


Nationwide organizations such as DIFFA New York, Boston’s AIDS Action Committee, Models for the Homeless, as well as Miami’s CAREResource; asked Noel to create paintings for their fund raisings events. As a result of his AIDS artistic contributions, Noel was asked to create the panel representing Miami on the National AIDS Quilt. His creations has helped generate much needed funds for AIDS research and organizations Nationwide. Noel was also asked to create the Commemorative painting for First Night Miami Beach 2000 Millennium Celebration. The City of Miami Beach also selected Noel to design five Flamingos for their Art in Public Places, “Flamingo Project”. He collaborated with fellow artist Romero Britto creating five unique large format paintings. Another unique collaboration with Uberto Gucci-Gucci family, premiered in Florence and later at Miami’s Art Basel. Noel had the honor to exhibit his work next to the Masterpieces of his Muse Tamara de Lempicka, at Red Dot Art Fair during Miami’s Art basel. He also participated in the prestigious International Art Exhibit at the Carrousel of the Louvre Museum, and his portrait of Fashion Icon Patricia Field, is part of the permanent collection at the Nakamura Keith Haring Museum in Japan. 


He’s been featured three times on the “100 Contemporary Artists of the World Book published by the European Library of Artists, as well as the “100 Artists of the Male Image” by Schiffer Publishing, and "The World's Greatest Erotic Art of Today-Volume 4” by ES Publishing. The Miami Beach Arts Trust gave Noel the “Theatre Visionary Award” and the City of Miami Beach named November 17 as “Noel Suarez Day”. He also served on the City of Miami Beach Fine Arts Board for five years. Noel has been part of Oceania’s Artist In Residence Program for 10 years, expanding his international acclaim. He is recognized as one of the small number of artists whom Miami’s ascendency to the World’s cultural stage reflects in his career. His work is always evolving capturing the attention of the youthful art enthusiasts and educated collectors.

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