Singleton told 11Alive that inspiration for exhibit, entitled “Heavy Clouds,” came mostly from his own experiences.
"My inspiration comes from life experiences and my observation of all those things," he told the TV station. "The stuff I think about is dealing with relationships, dealing with my own thought process."
The show includes work from 2014 through today. Although originally from Laurelton, New York, Singleton has lived in Atlanta for more than a decade.
The show will be on view in the Jack Sinclair Gallery until Jan. 18. From 2 to 4 p.m. on Jan. 11, Singleton will host an “Artist Talk” at the gallery.
ArtsXchange relocated from Grant Park to 2148 Newnan St. in East Point The show is the ninth exhibit at the Sinclair gallery under curator Courtney Brooks.
According to ArtsXchange’s website, the show “highlights Sing's use of marker and acrylic paint, an amalgam of pastels and primary colors bordered by bold black lines that collectively tell the story of the Black struggle, unity, humor, beauty.”
The exhibit is free and open to all ages from noon to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays through Saturdays.