About Art Noble
Born in Los Angeles, Art grew up in Key West where he lived four years in the Hemingway Home. He is the son of internationally known artist, Van Noble (www.artofvnoble.com) who opened the Hemingway Home as an Art Gallery before it became a museum. On moving, he acquired a lamp from the home. He still writes under the lamp.
Writer, Speaker, Poet, Teacher, Art is an expert in the technical aspects of sexual love. His books in print include, Unmailed Letters to a Married Woman (www.thesacredfemale.com/unmailed.html) a literary,epistle piece, with poetry read on National Public Radio and The Sacred Female, (www.thesacredfemale.com) a novel showing how sexual love may transform a man. The erotica focuses on responses rather than the act and there are more normal sexual responses than the general public is aware of.
Art has a broad knowledge of modern sexual science and ancient sexual history. He is not an expert in Tantra, relationships, or anything other than heterosexual love. He will be posting blogs for your review, some that will specualte based on scientific fact, and will tell you what is accepted fact, and what is my speculation. He has traced the source of some of the sexual myths we live with and will be blogging about them to show how they have impacted our sexuality.
After his novel, Art started a radio show on Women’s Radio Network where he met and interviewed more fantastic women: some scientists, some just regular women without scientific background. He is currently working on a non-fiction piece and has fantastic input from Dr. Beverly Whipple, and many other PhD.’s, in the field of sexual science, and provide a new mechanism for looking at “love.” They provided direction for this new book.
Noble holds a BS in Ocean Engineering and an MBA. Professionally, he was an adventurer on the cutting edge of technology and an executive engineer. Like Robert Service and scores of other poets and authors, he has acquired and held many jobs including technical writer and commercial diver in the offshore oil field, giving him an eclectic voice. He ended his diving career as an Associate Professor of Underwater Technology at Florida Institute of Technology, Jensen Beach. His poetry is published in South Florida publications, Anthologies, International magazines, and read on National Public Radio. He lives in Jensen beach with his Toy Poodle, Clousseau.