Front Covers With Clifford Singer’s Geometrical Paintings

Clifford Singer Arts Magazine Ad 1986

Art & Mathematics 2000

Art & Mathematics 2000, The Cooper Union, Albert Nerken School of Engineering, Clifford Singer,
Curator, Front cover: FOCUS, article by Ivars Petersen
Clifford Singer, Smarandache Notions Journal front cover by Clifford Singer 2001, acrylic on Plexiglas, 25 x 36 inches

CLIFFORD SINGER ™, Cut Space Series, Composition # 34, front cover

"In that I have selected a variety of mathematical / geometric concepts as the basis for the work, it is my intent to form a complex integration by graphing a reflection with collinear intersections and intersects on diagonal plotting. Cut Space Series represents mathematical concepts by use of line, a priori the primary mathematics to formalize a geometric construction. The geometric construction procedures are basically algorithmic. The collinear intersects demonstrate both mathematical and visual truths in the geometric pictorial field." Clifford Singer © ™ 2016
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Clifford Singer, Pentameter Suite, 1982©, Edition of 50 sets, Silkscreen on paper, 24 x 24 inches each, Artist produced portfolio, includes hand cut Amberlith film, stretching silkscreen on stetchers; Alexander Heinrici UV shot photo emulsion on screens; Artist mixed ink and hand pulled with squeegee in studio, hung dry on clothes lines. About 25 sets still remain in Artist's stock. Artist sold sets to IBM, AT&T, among other collections.

This full page ad placed in Corporate Design Magazine 1982 by The Original Print Collectors Group

Why should your corporation buy original art

Clifford Singer, Heptameter Suite, 1981©, Silkscreen on paper, Portfolio of 7 prints, 24 x 24 inches each. IBM Corporation Collection, Tarrytown, NY, Installation View, Photo: Clifford Singer 1981©
This sale took me 10 months to close. I met with Chuck Gregory, who was the in house architectural designer and also art buyer for IBM at the time. Chuck at my sales meeting stated that my work looked like it was generated by a computer - I replied, "Chuck, I am the computer". After 10 months, I received a call from Mr. Gregory stating IBM was going to buy my portfolio and that I was the first artist to sell to IBM directly without an art dealer or consultant in the middle. I delivered the portfolio and received a check for $1500.00 shortly after. This was quite substantial as I printed 60 portfolios.