Author Archives: Alan Singer

Fantastic Finger Lakes

Lake Cayuga, view from 5th floor ofHerbert F. Johnson Museum of ArtCornell University CampusThe city of Ithaca is nestled at the inlet to Lake Cayuga – one of the fantastic Finger Lakes – and you may take in the view from the panoramic windows alo… Continue reading

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Spring Ahead

Signs of Spring:  Trillium in Ithaca, NY2019Time out to celebrate the arrival of Spring.  Take a deep breath and then plunge ahead.  This month is fulfilling in many ways.  The change in weather means more sunlight, and  flower… Continue reading

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Morph

“March Metamorphosis”  by Mary BuchanatThe Oxford GalleryMay 4 – June 15, 2019267 Oxford Street, Rochester, NYThis season brings may new art shows and each year I anticipate the theme show presented in late spring at the Oxford Gallery.  The … Continue reading

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Show Me, Part 2

Richard Harvey at the opening for his showatMuCcc142 Atlantic Avenue, Rochester, New YorkThis May is amazing.  There are shows here that you should not miss.  Some of the shows are on stage at GEVA like the one that celebrates the life of Son… Continue reading

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Show Me

“Tacit Knowledge”  monotype by Alan Singerpresented as part of a new exhibition”Process & Purpose, 2019″Corners Gallery, Ithaca, New Yorknow thru June 22, 2019The knowledge needed for printmaking includes learning skills that require technique… Continue reading

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A MAY ZING

Ithaca is Gorges in May, 2019Here is my first recommendation for this emerging Spring season.  We just stepped out of Cineamopolis in Ithaca, New York where we took our seats and watched the movie documentary “Amazing Grace”.  This is about a… Continue reading

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Imagine That

Chenyang Mu presents “Hear You” at Joy GalleryandBevier Gallery at R.I.T.Chenyang Mu has a mysterious side to her artwork.  You have to listen closely to the sounds her glass sculptures can evoke.  You can brush up against some blown glass fo… Continue reading

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The White Cube / and Printmakers

Published first in the 1970s still relevant today!I am re-reading a book from the late 20th Century that still resonates today with even more power than when it was first published!  “Inside the White Cube” was written and published in the 1970s a… Continue reading

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Field Guide

Brad Butler, Main Street Arts, Directorgets in focusI was driving up from Pennsylvania over the weekend and stopped in Clifton Springs, New York to see what was happening at Main Street Arts.  There was an opening in progress at the gallery that f… Continue reading

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Spring Arrives

Art House Press, 2019Cordell Cordaro & designer Marco FesyukI met the artist Cordell Cordaro once and enjoyed chatting and seeing his artwork but I didn’t get a chance to thank him for the work he does to publish the yearly installments of Art Hous… Continue reading

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