MONTY SINGER

Monty Singer is Diné, from Gray Mountain, Arizona. He is Tangle Water Clan and born for the Mexican Clan. Rock Gap is his maternal grandparent’s clan and Salt Clan are his paternal grandparent’s clan. Singer was born in Tuba City, Arizona and grew up on the Western edge of the Navajo Reservation near Cameron, Arizona. He attended public school in Flagstaff until moving to Belen, New Mexico as a teenager. Monty’s father, Ed Singer, is a painter and he grew up watching his father paint as he spent his formative years drawing every day. Monty took up painting with soft pastels and oil in 2005 and has had a perennial engagement with color ever since. Plein air and Alla Prima along with the push and pull of color and abstraction within the landscape and figure painting have become Monty’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.  

MONTY SINGER

Monty Singer is Diné, from Gray Mountain, Arizona. He is Tangle Water Clan and born for the Mexican Clan. Rock Gap is his maternal grandparent’s clan and Salt Clan are his paternal grandparent’s clan. Singer was born in Tuba City, Arizona and grew up on the Western edge of the Navajo Reservation near Cameron, Arizona. He attended public school in Flagstaff until moving to Belen, New Mexico as a teenager. Monty’s father, Ed Singer, is a painter and he grew up watching his father paint as he spent his formative years drawing every day. Monty took up painting with soft pastels and oil in 2005 and has had a perennial engagement with color ever since. Plein air and Alla Prima along with the push and pull of color and abstraction within the landscape and figure painting have become Monty’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.