Author Archives: Alan Singer

Picking Up Where We Left Off

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Black Artists Matter

Black Artists MatterAt a time when there are demonstrations  in the streets, our cultural institutions need to step up to the plate and invest their resources to correct years of neglect for African American artists here in this country. &nbs… Continue reading

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Hope Springs Eternal

The sky outside my studio windowinThe Hungerford BuildingRochester, New YorkJuly 19, 2020I am writing this, today, and it is July 19th in Rochester, New York.  Last month on June 19th we learned about a political rally planned for Tulsa, and about… Continue reading

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Engage Anew

Alan Singer Studio 432 Hungerford Building Wall, June 2020Emerging from a lockdown mode is wonderful, if still a bit un-nerving! During this viral wave, we washed our hands frequently and donned our masks, keeping our social distance which is… Continue reading

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Past Present

In Rochester, New York – Interstate 490is my usual route home….After moving into my new home in Fairport, New York, and sorting through boxes of papers, I have come to the conclusion that I must begin to document the route I took to get here.  I… Continue reading

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Restructure

“Who On Earth”2020oil on linen byAlan SingerTo my readers: HELLO!  If you are still out there!!  It seems that it is time to restructure, time to think about what we are doing in the present to prepare for the future.  The pandemic sweep… Continue reading

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Reading List

“How To Be An Artist”by Jerry Saltzpublished by Riverhead BooksDue to the pandemic, I read that the initial release of this publication that was scheduled for Strand Books in New York City had to be scuttled, probably at the last moment ( sor… Continue reading

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Changing Lanes

3021 Elmwood AvenueRochester, NY14618Hello readers  it has been a while since my last post early in the year and a LOT has happened since.Of course there is the world-wide news of the Corona virus which has everyone in an unprecedented state of mi… Continue reading

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New Birds and Flowers

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestrapresents50 Years with Garth Fagan DanceIn Rochester this week we celebrate Garth Fagan and a remarkable milestone  presenting fifty years with his Dance Company.  Above you might see him in his green cap surrou… Continue reading

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20 20 Vision

Begin a New Year at Breakfast 2020Taking some time to go down memory lane before I get into the fast paced artworld of 2020, first I take a moment for breakfast and map out my week.  It is a new decade, but last year’s headlines linger in the morn… Continue reading

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