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MET Masters

David Hockney at The MET thru February 2018In the early 1990s, I remember staying at a friends house high up in the Hollywood Hills, and towards the top we drove past the home of David Hockney.  From the outside it looked just like it does in his … Continue reading

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Well MET

View at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,New York City, New YorkDecember 2, 2017You simply can’t miss walking into the MET Museum this season!We were lucky and found a parking space on the street a block away from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and strol… Continue reading

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Pop Up Show

Early December, Beautiful Day, Manhattangoing toUES Gallery, Sci / Art CenterUES is the Upper East Side, so the show put on by the Sci / Art Center was on 73rd Street – a quiet block just off of Third Avenue.  But why were there policemen on every… Continue reading

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Elemental

UES GalleryDecember 2-3, 2017208 East 73rd StreetNew York City, New YorkA Sci/Art Center ProgramHere is a link for the Sci / Art Center and the exhibitions they have curated:https://www.sciartcenter.org/exhibits.htmlI have been a member of this organiz… Continue reading

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Western Where

Western Wear.. at The John L. Whele GalleryinGenesee Country Village & MuseumOn my way out of town to deliver a painting that I had borrowed from the John L. Whele Gallery in Mumford, New York.  I had a very fine chat with Patricia Tice who wo… Continue reading

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Close To Home

Autumn and The Falls at Taughannock State ParkFall colors greeted us as we prepared for a presentation at Cornell University’s Laboratory of Ornithology last Monday evening.  We were invited to hang a selection of images by my father, Arthur Singe… Continue reading

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Satisfy Your Curiosity

“Sacred Curiosities”at Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, New YorkwithJoanna Poag on wall at left, and Jacquie Germanow in front on rightIn the past week I have visited exhibitions that expand my definition of contemporary art and you might find them i… Continue reading

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Destiny, Considered

Arthur Singer’s paintingsatThe Cornell University Laboratory of OrnithologyNovember – February 28, 2018For a New Yorker – when you look at it – was it destiny that my father, Arthur Singer – who grew up in Manhattan on Audubon ( named after artist John… Continue reading

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Destiny, Considered

Arthur Singer’s paintingsatThe Cornell University Laboratory of OrnithologyNovember – February 28, 2018For a New Yorker – when you look at it – was it destiny that my father, Arthur Singer – who grew up in Manhattan on Audubon ( named after artist John… Continue reading

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Art of the Heart

Arte Del CorazonatThe Dyer Art Center, NTIDRochester Institute of TechnologyThe Dyer Art Center on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology is one of the premier spaces in town to see art of all kinds.  This light filled room has been host … Continue reading

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