In the Press

In the Press

Footnotes, “The Contributors” – American Artist, 1973

“Esther Forman Singer was born in New York City, where she studied art and writing, earning her bachelor’s degree from New York University. She is well known in New Jersey as a professional artist-critic. Her paintings are included in such collections as The Hudson River museum, Yonkers, New York: The New Jersey State museum at Trenton, the Newark Museum, Seton Hall University Museum, plus many other private collections throughout the country. Her writing can be seen weekly in a syndicated art column that appears in 13 New Jersey city and suburban newspapers, among which is the Jersey Journal. In her position as Art Editor of Suburban Life, a monthly¬†magazine largely subscribed to in New Jersey, Mrs. Singer is art critic, reviewer, and writer. “

“Esther Forman Singer was born in New York City, where she studied art and writing, earning her bachelor’s degree from New York University. She is well known in New Jersey as a professional artist-critic. Her paintings are included in such collections as The Hudson River museum, Yonkers, New York: The New Jersey State museum at Trenton, the Newark Museum, Seton Hall University Museum, plus many other private collections throughout the country. Her writing can be seen weekly in a syndicated art column that appears in 13 New Jersey city and suburban newspapers, among which is the Jersey Journal. In her position as Art Editor of Suburban Life, a monthly¬†magazine largely subscribed to in New Jersey, Mrs. Singer is art critic, reviewer, and writer. “

–¬† Footnotes, “The Contributors” – American Artist, 1973

Singer Art in Finch Museum

“A painting of Esther Forman Singer, art critic for The Jersey Journal, has been chosen for inclusion in the permanent exhibition of the Finch College Museum of Contemporar Art in New York City.

The painting by the South Orange artist-writer has been included in an exibition at the Centenary College for Women in Hackettstown. The oil abstract, called Cityscape, will remain with the show until a scheduled appearance at Bloomfield College in April 1971 is completed. “

The Jersey Journal, Dec. 22, 1970