Geometry is the ideal combination of crossing lines, gorgeous forms, and distinct patterns that may be used to create dramatic compositions in art. Clifford Singer’s geometric shapes have been used to produce aesthetically appealing and enduring works of art. He is the master of fusing academia with art, and his works have received international acclaim. So much so that large corporations couldn’t stop exhibiting them in their offices to improve the aesthetics and elevate the office. His work has been shown at theVasarely Center, New York, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Lincoln Center/List Art Posters, IBM, Mobil Oil Corporation, the Bridges Organization, and several other magazines, universities, and corporations.
Clifford Singer. Vasarely Center. New York. 1988©. Photograph: Courtesy James Dee
The Art of Intersecting Lines and Shapes
Clifford Singer says it takes time to put the parts together since “my job is a cerebral exercise,” he says. “These are incredibly tough to execute.” When displayed at the museum, his sculptures are unusual and one-of-a-kind, capturing the audience’s attention right away. His most well-known artwork, “Geometrical Clouds,” is the result of 45 years of hard labor. It refers to the Neuberg cubic of the nineteenth century, which contains a pane curve, and illustrates the attractive association between the usage of variables expressing the linear relationship, transforming it into a mathematical image. It has been laser-cut from steel and power-coated with vivid hues.
Singer also mentions Man Ray’s all-time classic painting “La Fortune” from 1938. It’s a landscape with a table stretching beyond the horizon in various colors. “A landscape of the mind, a product of the artist’s vivid imagination that also evokes games of luck and chance.” May Ray used a problem-solving technique to create this picture, which is incredibly creative and revitalizing.
Clifford Singer. Photo: Geometrical Clouds Installation. Courtesy. Kathleen Castaneda 2022©
A Professional Art Curator and Mathematical Teacher
To be the greatest in two worlds, you must first understand them independently before considering integrating them. Fortunately, Singer was born with several talents and taught mathematics and lectured widely including University of Oxford, England 2000 and 2002. Despite having retired as a teacher, he has not abandoned his former habits and has cleverly incorporated them into his paintings.
Singers’ families contain well-known artists, which is one of the key reasons he inherited the same genes. Mortimer Leach, his second cousin, was a lettering specialist, and his mother was a painter. After receiving a bachelor’s degree from Alfred University in New York, he went on to receive a master’s degree in fine arts from The City College of New York (CUNY). This enables him to further hone his talents and excel in the area.
Singer is currently renowned as an inspirational artist who has made a significant contribution to the industry with his Geometric Abstraction, Constructivist Art, Concrete Art, and Mathematical Art. Visit their website for a full review of all of his paintings. You will also see the amazing sculptures and book covers he has designed.
Clifford Singer. Vasarely Center. New York. 1988©. Star Fighter. Acrylic on Canvas. 70 x 70 inches. Installation View.