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Ryan Singer was born on 24 August, 1973 in Cedar City, Utah.
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|Age||48 years old|
|Born||24 August 1973|
|Birthplace||Cedar City, Utah|
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Ryan Singer Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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I don’t like to conform. That’s what art is about—freedom. That’s what being an artist is. The most important thing: Speak your own truth. – Ryan Singer, 2010
As far back as I can remember I have always loved art—drawing, painting, making music. What I like most about it is the freedom to create something—anything—from nothing. – Ryan Singer, 2009
The best thing for a kid is encouragement. My mother always got me art supplies and encouraged me. I think that was all it took. –Ryan Singer, 2009
Singer pulls from two major sources for his influences: popular culture and elements of Navajo culture. Influences of comic books, record album covers, and science fiction are combined with a Pop Art sensibility in a movement called Indigenous Futurisms. He also cites the visual appeal and stories of Star Wars and classic films and television programs such as Star Trek, Godzilla, Flash Gordon and black-and-white horror films. He is also known for his detailed portraits – ranging from Marilyn Monroe wearing a Navajo blanket to Boba Fett with a coyote.
When not creating art, Singer works as art handler, graphic designer, and mentor for emerging artists. In 2010 he co-founded Native Artists For HOPE, a grassroots organization that provides mentoring, workshops and artistic empowerment to young Native American youth. Singer currently lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with his wife, Nathania Tsosie, who runs his website and online sales. His work is represented by a number of private galleries.
A tribute to Andy Warhol, Sheep Is Good Food takes Warhol’s iconic Campbell Soup can screen print and combines it with a Navajo twist. The Campbell Soup can is turned into a can of mutton stew and instead of the Campbell gold seal, Singer placed an image of a sheep being lassoed. The image has become one of Singer’s most popular, landing the cover of the Phoenix New Times in 2010. The original is housed at the Heard Museum.
In early 2000 Singer had a vision: “About 10, 15 minutes before going to sleep, I was dreaming with my eyes open…. I could see myself driving on the side of a cliff and I saw the sign. I sketched it out and went to sleep.” This experience would lead to one of Singer’s most well-known images Wagon-burner; a yellow road sign that depicts a covered wagon with flames in the back of it, rolling down a hill. It is a pop art response to the wagon trains that littered the Old American West as they traveled through Navajo and other Native American lands.
Singer, as a youth, became engrossed in punk rock culture and immersing himself in zines, skateboarding, and hardcore punk. After graduating from high school in Window Rock, Arizona, in 1992, he entered Northern Arizona University. There he studied forestry, inspired by his interests in the outdoors and environmentalism. This led to him working for the United States Forest Service for five years, when he left disappointed with the red tape of the US federal government. In 2004, he entered Arizona State University majoring in fine arts and eventually became a full-time artist.
Ryan Singer (born August 24, 1973) is a Navajo contemporary painter living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is of the Tódich’íinii clan, born for Kinyaa’áani . Singer is known for his vibrant Pop Art-inspired takes on Native American and mainstream culture.