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    How was Rembrandt’s ‘Storm on the Sea of Galilee’ stolen?

    The dynamic Storm on the Sea of Galilee is the only seascape by renowned baroque artist Rembrandt van Rijn. Depicting Christ leading his disciples through a stormy ocean, the artwork was famously stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990, and remains missing to this day. In this article, Singulart will explore the life of Rembrandt, the composition of…

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    Interior Architect Timna Rosenbauer on the Link Between Art and Well-being

    Ever since her creative childhood, Timna Rosenbauer has been fascinated by colors and shapes. After completing her studies, she worked as an interior designer for a while, before venturing into the fashion world. Later, she worked in home staging, dressing homes and villas to prepare them for sale. But despite being involved in high-quality designs, she felt that something was…

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    Meet Olga Nikitina, the Artist who Paints Underwater

    Olga Nikitina is a Russian painter involved in the growing field of underwater painting. After moving to Egypt and working as a scuba diver instructor in the Red Sea, Nikitina fell in love with the vibrant corals and marine life in contrast to the surrounding desert landscape. Totally immersed in the marine environment, Nikitina paints using a special canvas cover…

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    Meet Kwami Coleman, Jazz Pianist and Musicologist from New York City

    Singulart explores the intersection of art and music in this exclusive interview with New Yorker Kwami Coleman: jazz pianist, composer and musicologist specializing in improvised music. His 2017 album ‘Local Music’ explores the concept of locality through jazz compositions that draw on memory and the use of field recordings from Harlem. His upcoming electronic project POLY is set to be…

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    A Day With Elena Barón

    This week, we’re taking a glimpse into the artistic process of Spanish painter Elena Barón, who composes harmonious, emotional paintings in a range of styles. From all-important solitude to long walks in nature, discover how her creative ideas travel from mind to canvas. Hello, Elena! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? Before getting…

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    A Day With: Rose Reichart

    Rose Reichart is an emerging artist based in Germany who has exhibited her mixed-media abstract work in Austria, Germany and Poland. Her intuitive artistic practice stems from her pursuit to cast aside the inherent perfectionism of today‘s overproduced, technologized world and her desire to instead re-root herself in her body as well as nature, thus reconnecting with the powerful force…

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    A Day With Lucas Beaufort

    The French artist gives us a brief walk-through of his creative 9-5, ahead of his involvement in Singulart’s upcoming participation in AQUA Art Fair Miami. Hello, Lucas! What inspires you to create everyday? For me, it’s like a drug; I can’t stop even if I want to. What does your work space look like? An organised chaos. Do you have…

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    A Day With: Rie Kono

    Rie Kono is an established Japanese artist with a great imagination. Her incredibly detailed paintings depict fantastical scenes full of hot air balloons, curious characters, and odes to nature. These stunning, rich works are a testament to her unique aesthetic as well as her technical accomplishments. Recently, Kono sold her painting Man’s Dream, Woman’s wish and this scene to a…

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    Culinary Arts: Meet Melissa Clark, Food Writer for the New York Times

    Singulart ventures into the culinary arts in this exclusive interview with American food writer Melissa Clark: Brooklyn native, author of over 40 cookbooks, and columnist for the New York Times. We had the pleasure of speaking with Melissa to discover her journey in the culinary arts, her current cravings, and her take on the similarities between chefs and artists. From…

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    A Day With Seunghwui Koo

    Seunghwui Koo’s miniscule mixed media creations have fast gained popularity among collectors all over the world. We took some time with the South Korean talent to learn more about her studio rituals, famous ‘piggies’ and penchant for Pokemon Go. Hi, Koo! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I make my morning coffee, feed…