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    In Conversation with Christian Watson

    Featured in SINGUART’s upcoming sale, Where Art Meets Design, is London based fine furniture maker Christian Watson. Highly invested in the integrity of British craftsmanship, Watson’s designs are created to be adaptable to any environment, with their simple, design forward aesthetic, rendering them modern day heirlooms. We talked to Christian to learn more about his background as a craftsman and…

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    How to Blend Art and Design

    As you know, we at SINGULART love to help style your walls with exceptional works of art. Now, for the first time, SINGULART is holding its very own design sale, Where Art Meets Design, showcasing a selection of unique or limited edition design pieces and furniture from 10 highly acclaimed international designers and artisans.  Throughout the centuries, art and design…

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    In Conversation with Neal Aronowitz

    Included in SINGULART’s very first design sale, Where Art Meets Design, is Neal Aronowitz. Having founded his US based design company in 2014 he has since quickly won acclaim in the international design world with his bespoke, handcrafted, and almost sculptural furniture and lighting pieces.  We sat down with Neal to find out the inspiration behind his daring designs and experimental…

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    5 Minutes with Vé Boisvert

    Vé Boisvert is an experienced artist from Canada whose paintings have been featured in solo and group shows nationally. Inspired by nature, Boisvert creates large scale abstract works using bright colour palettes of blues and whites and gestural brushstrokes. Her paintings are characterized by lush textures and evoke energy of positivity and hope. When did you know you wanted to…

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    5 Minutes With Robert Mann

    Robert Mann is an artist based in the United States whose works have been exhibited nationally. He cites the main intention of his artistic practice as being the creation of a sense of space, referring to his pieces as “Spacious Art.” Mann’s hope is to make “a little gap, or space in one’s mind, even just for a moment.” His…

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    MOMA: Niki de Saint Phalle – ‘Structures for Life’

    ‘I was brought up on fairy tales’ echoes the voice of French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle as you wander between the rooms of her first major US exhibition Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life. This exhibition, taking place at MOMA until September 6th, aims to engage with this convention-breaking artist’s interdisciplinary approach to her art, as well as…

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    5 Minutes with Stanislav Sidorov

    Stanislav Sidorov is a talented artist born in Russia’s far east who has lived and worked in Colorado, USA since 1997. His work has been exhibited throughout the US and is held in private and public collections around the world. Having deviated from his classical training towards a more decorative style with expressive brushwork and a bright color palette, he…

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    5 Minutes with Elena Dmitrenko

    Elena Dmitrenko is an experienced Ukrainian painter who has exhibited her work in Kyiv. She identifies herself as a photo-realist, realist and impressionist painter. She predominately composes works centered on capturing the smallest details of recognizable experiences, settings, and people. From hyper-realist animal paintings to serene ocean scenes and portraits of celebrities, Dmitrenko retains an expert sense of light, color…

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    5 minutes with Dangerous Minds Artists

    Taking part in this year’s Affordable Art Fair in Brussels is artistic duo Alan Stuart and Michael Lake-McMillan, who together make up Dangerous Minds Artists . Dangerous Minds Artists’ distinctive work constantly reference light, such as through the use of neon signs in their Linear Musings collection. Their practice is also highly dependent on the concept of duality as their…

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    5 Minutes with Pava Wülfert

    Pava Wülfert’s has an abstract style and works with traditional painting techniques such as raw canvas, coal, oil, linseed oil and acrylic. His is inspired by Kandinsky and everything that revolves around painting (the palette, the brushes etc.). Color plays an important role in his paintings. He uses acid and the sweet colors of today’s global society. The artist feels…