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Deborah Singletary

A contemporary urban folk artist, whose artwork has appeared in The New Yorker and New Woman magazines, The New York Daily News, Painting from the Source, (HarperCollins), Making What Your Means Can’t Buy (Vision Carriers Press) and Art’s Buoyant Felicity:
An Anthology – Art/Creativity/Healing (Evolutionary Girls). She was included in The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture’s major show, “Black New York Artists of the 20th Century.” Much of Deborah’s artwork is inspired by her southern and African roots. Sought after for her paintings, assemblages, and word wands, Deborah’s recent exhibition credits include: American Hoodoo and Southern Black American-Centric Spiritual Ways, Rush Gallery, New York City, Her Story: Voice Vision & Memory, LeRoy Neiman Art Center, Harlem, NY, and On the Matter of Water, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York City.

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