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    A Day With Steven Miller

    Steven Miller is an American artist focused on merging the aesthetically straightforward with the conceptually complex.From working hard in lofts and farmhouses to winding down with long country walks and independent films, read on to learn how this passionate colorist decorates his days. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I do yoga and…

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    Christophe Faso Talks Paris Exhibition

    Singulart artist Christophe Faso recently participated in Arthothèque’s ‘ANIMAL’ exhibition in Paris. The exhibition’s driving theme called for selected artists to explore animal inspirations— be they realistic, imaginary or symbolic, and French painter Faso more than fit the bill with his bestial series of part-animal, part-human creatures. We took time out with the exciting painter to delve deeper into the…

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    A Day With Gina Werfel

    Gina Werfel’s creative days are decorated with everything from cycling to swimming, coffee to drinks, jazz to rock, and, of course, plenty of painting! Read on as she lets us into her studio, process and life. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I read the NY Times and have coffee. Then I head…

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    A Day With Jeff Ferst

    Jeff Ferst balances whimsical abstracts and vibrant figurative landscapes in a bold and balanced body of work. He paints his colorful stories from sunny San Miguel, where he feels energized by the plants around him and the sounds of a wall fountain and hummingbirds outside. Read on to discover how he spends his days under the sun. Good morning, Jeff!…

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    A Day With William Kendall

    William Kendall is a gifted American painter who uses a distinctive color palette and a mix of techniques – including layering, impasto, scumble and glazing to construct striking abstract works. From the silence of his studio to trusted critiques from his wife, read on to discover the elements that make up this proud painter’s daily routine. Good morning, William! What’s…

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    A Day With Stefan Reiss

    Stefan Reiss is a German artist whose artistic approach focuses on the physical experience and transformation of digital signs into analog, haptic elements. Read on to learn how he forms spatial constructions in drawing, painting and sculpture, always combining the material with the virtual. Good morning, Stefan! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?…

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    Singulart Artists Talk New Exhibition in Paris

    A selection of Singulart’s painters and sculptors will this week form part of an exhibition at Le Cinq Codet – a five-star hotel in the heart of Paris. We took time out with Petra Tödter, Hildegarde Handsaeme, Olivier Messas and Laurent Prudot to delve into the processes, inspirations and perspectives that brought their versatile artworks to life. It’s time to…

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    A Day With Brian Nash

    Brian Nash is a talented marketing director-turned-country musician-turned painter from the US. His works have the rare quality of singularity, each showcasing an unmistakable artistic aesthetic that this Nashville-based talent has spent years building up. From canine wake up calls to winding down with a book, read on to find out how he’s continuing its evolution. Good morning, Brian! What’s…

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    A Day With Toni Silber-Delerive

    Color and compositional aesthetics form the focus for Toni Silber-Delerive, an exciting American artist whose refined, aerial-view paintings provide a fresh take on the contemporary landscape. Read on to see how she examines the interplay between worlds of power, labor and leisure from her musical Manhattan studio. Good morning, Toni! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up…

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    A Day With Maren Simon

    Maren Simon was born in Hannover, Germany, studied Applied Cultural Sciences in Lüneburg and Pavia (Italy) and, after several years as a cultural manager and trend researcher, has been working as an independent artist since 2012. She lives in Hamburg – the hometown of Daniel Richter, the Elbphilharmonie and a strange dish called “Labskaus.” While Maren is mostly known for…