ArtPop Billboard is up!

My billboard is up!
Conveniently, the billboard is located off of Route 52 at exit 112, so for my Triad friends, you can go hiking at Pilot Mountain, then see my billboard inspired by that very mountain as you drive back toward Winston Salem. The paintings on the billboard are from my exhibit last fall at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), featuring views inspired by Pilot Mountain State Park.

My artwork is on this billboard because I won one of the ArtPop Street Gallery prizes for the Triad region this year. Thank you ArtPop Street Gallery, Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Lamar Advertising and Adams Outdoor Advertising.

And look at the tiny billboard I won too! This is one of my all time favorite trophies.

Paintings at Piedmont Triad International Airport

I installed some paintings at Piedmont Triad International, my local airport last week. Here are some photos from the installation. Thanks to the team at the airport, it turned out great!

The large paintings are inspired by my time on Pilot Mountain and were featured in my exhibit at SECCA in 2019. The two smaller ones are from my Forces of Nature series. While they are up at the airport, they are still available for purchase from the Outside Collection in my web shop.

 

ArtPop 2020 Winner!

I am honored to share with you that my work was chosen for ArtPop this year and will be featured on billboards around the Triad region. Here’s the press release from the Art Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.

The billboard features 3 paintings from my exhibition at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) from last fall: “I must love you very much.”

Thank you Wendy Hickey, ArtPop Street Gallery, Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Lamar Advertising and Adams Outdoor Advertising.

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Mindful Monday with Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art & AUCTION!

Some cool things happening next week!

AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY

On Wednesday May 13th, I’ll be hosting an auction right from my studio!

You’ll need to be on the Insider’s List to join in on the fun so if you’re not already, email me to sign up by the end of this week because my email with all the info goes out Monday.

MINDFUL MONDAY WITH ELDER GALLERY

I’m pleased to share with you that Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art invited me to host an Instagram Live event on Monday May 11th. Here’s the post about the event on their Instagram.

Mindful Monday with Jessica Singerman
Monday, May 11, 2020 | 10 am

Join us and gallery artist Jessica Singerman for a special “Mindful Monday” on Instagram. In addition to guiding us through a hands-on art exercise, she’ll discuss her current “new normal” during the pandemic as an artist, a teacher and a mother, and tips for staying grounded during these uncertain times. A great mid-morning art break for anyone working, teaching or learning at home!

Monday, May 11, 2020 at 10 am
Instagram: @elder_gallery_clt | @jessicasingermanfineart
Based in Winston-Salem, NC and inspired by a deep passion for the outdoors, cycling and traveling, Jessica’s work was first featured at the gallery in the 2018 March Invitational. In the 2019 exhibition Beyond the Mountain, Jessica’s paintings surrounded her impressive Paper Mountain installation composed of 1,000 hand-folded origami cranes.

My new online watercolor class available now!

I’m super excited to announce the launch of my first online workshop Little Watercolor Square! This is my most popular class available for the first time in digital form for you to enjoy wherever and whenever you are.

If you are starting from scratch, if you have some experience and want to learn more, or you’re trying to rekindle your art practice, this is for you. In the workshop, you’ll learn how to use watercolors, how to mix beautiful colors, and how to make a vibrant watercolor painting using geometric abstraction. This is a very practical workshop that will give you tools you can take to continue making artworks wherever you are. You’ll learn how to paint mindfully, for relaxation and enjoyment.

The workshop is inspired by a daily project I made a few years ago when I made a small watercolor painting each day for a year. The paintings were inspired by the poetry of nature: color and light in the landscape, seasons, and the passing of time. It was a kind of meditation for me and it led to making my book of watercolors.

The class is available to purchase for two weeks, but you’ll have lifetime access to the class materials so you can review whenever you want. You’ll also be invited to join the private Facebook group where you can meet your classmates, share your work, ask questions and get feedback.

Have any questions about the workshop? Email me.

I’m excited for us to get started on this art adventure.

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Feel free to share this post with anyone you think will be interested and with friends so you can take the workshop together.

 

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