ABQArtwalk + Monty Singer: Visions in Plein Air

Friday Jan 4, 2019

709 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Jennifer

Phone: 5054154643
Website: Click to Visit

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An evening of stunning New Mexican and Southwestern landscapes created by the artist. Mr. Singer also paints live with a beautiful model.

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In conjunction with ABQArtwalk First Fridays, The OT Circus proudly presents, for one night, "Monty Singer: Visions in Plein Air". Join us for an evening of stunning New Mexican and Southwestern landscapes created by the artist. Mr. Singer will also be painting LIVE from 5-7pm, with a beautiful model.

There will be light refreshments available for our guests, and Tunnel Springs coffee will be serving up their delicious brew, with the option to add CBD to your beverage!

This event will also coincide with the OFFICIAL release of our ONEABQ tees! They are only $20 and you are supporting our sweet little gallery, as well as the ABQ community with the purchase of the tees! We look forward to your attendance!

About the artist:

Monty Singer is Diné from Gray Mountain, Arizona. He is Tangle Water Clan and born for the Mexican Clan. Rock Gap is his maternal grandparents' clan, and Salt Clan is his paternal grandparents' clan. Mr. Singer was born in Tuba City, Arizona and grew up on the western edge of the Navajo Reservation near Cameron, AZ. He attended public school in Flagstaff, then moved to Belen, New Mexico as a teenager. Mr. Singer's father, Ed Singer, is a painter. Monty grew up watching his father paint as he spent his formative years drawing every day.

Mr. Singer took up painting with soft pastels and oil in 2005, and has had a perennial engagement with color ever since. Plein Air and Alla Prina along with the push and pull of color abstraction within landscape and figure painting have become Mr. Singer's chosen proving ground. His work has shown at, and won numerous awards at New Mexico Masterworks, Santa Fe Indian Market, and the prestigious Heard Indian Market, His work is in the hands of numerous collectors and museums.