A View of the Artist who Creates Watercolors and Sculptures around & about Hudson
By Sally Deering
Steve Singerâ€™s watercolor paintings are soft impressions of Jersey Cityâ€™s architecture and streets, like watery snapshots of urban landscapes and passing moments.
Singerâ€™s work will be part of the new show BORDERLESS, a month-long series of art, plays and dance that address the effects of Globalization, presented by Jersey City Theater Center and Gallery. BORDERLESS opened Fri, Feb 3, from 6-10, with an evening of performances along with the gallery exhibition curated by Lucy Rovetto.
As a painter, Singer sets up his easel and paints in neighborhoods throughout Jersey City Heâ€™s painted the tearing down of St. Josephâ€™s School of the Blind near Journal Square; a yellow house with a telephone pole sprouting wires on Tuers Street; and, a Cherry Blossom tree blooming on an urban street in The Heights. His painting â€œLate Bloomersâ€ depicts what seems to be a homeless man catching some shuteye on a bench framed by Van Vorst Park foliage. Continue reading Man of Steel and Brushes Jersey City Artist Steve Singer to exhibit at JCTCâ€™s BORDERLESS Art Show