Master Artist Fellow Robert Singleton

A Sixty Year Retrospective Exhibition

A Virtual Celebration of the work of Robert Singleton

The Tamarack Foundation for the Arts and Wheeling’s Stifel Fine Arts Center will honor TFA’s Master Artist Fellow Robert Singleton’s work and artistic contributions with a virtual gallery exhibition of his Sixty Year Retrospective.

Virtual Reception will be held Mar. 18 from 7 pm-8 pm.
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The exhibition is a Virtual / Simulated visual experience. There will be four computer-generated three-dimensional (3D) environments / galleries showing sixty-five works created from 1963 to 2022.

Singleton’s retrospective memoir, “The Core of My Joy,” is available for purchase at The Gallery Studio in Thomas or online at Singleton’s website

About Robert Singleton

Robert Singleton

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A nationally recognized artist, Singleton, 84, has been a full-time practicing artist and painter for over 60 years. He moved to West Virginia in 1978 in search of privacy, time, and space. He designed and built his home and studio and has since called a remote mountain top in Hardy County home. His early work focused on abstract expressionist imagery, juxtaposing organic and geometric elements. In recent years, the dedication of his work has been “to the joy and poetry of light in the form of clouds,” the shape of which is “an abstract, ever-changing vessel for me to transport light and shared astonishment and hopefulness that come from within,” claims Singleton.

Learn more about Robert in “The Art of Living” Portrait Essay by Kandi Workman