About the artist:
Alan Singer is a painter, printmaker, writer, lecturer, and educator living in upstate New York. Born in New York City in 1950 to a family of artists and designers, Alan began exhibiting his paintings while still in college at The Cooper Union in New York City. Through college and graduate school at Cornell University, Alan won scholarships, and created work of distinction in programs held at Yale University, Norfolk, CT, at Boston University in Tanglewood Lenox, MA, and at The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME.
Subsequently Alan has illustrated published books and worked as a graphic designer. In the 1980’s Alan designed and illustrated an award winning series of postage stamps with his father, Arthur Singer.
Alan is an active writer on the visual arts with a 1999 publication of “Wildlife Art”, and a book in progress “ Studio Practice”. His recent articles for Metropolitan Magazine chronicle cultural events.
Currently, he is Professor of Art in the School of Art, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in Rochester, New York.
Alan's paintings have been featured in museums such as the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse NY, The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA, and in the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. His work has also been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, primarily in the New York area.