Natalie Singer


A bit about the art:

My art is demonstrative of what is held in my heart and soul and spirit and which reigns there no matter what transpires externally. 

When I see what I paint it shows me that no matter what's going on in my head or in the world, my heart and soul remains full with dreams of beauty, hope and whimsy.


A bit of personal background:


I was born and raised in New York City then moved to L.A. to work in the Film industry. I moved to Nashville after a big quake strongly encouraged me to leave Los Angeles.

I was accepted based on my artistic ability to the High School of Art and Design as well as the High School of Music and Art in New York. I later attended Fordham University at Lincoln Center. 

Just a few of the things I've done professionally; I worked for Christopher (Superman) Reeve for years as his assistant as well as for other actors. I worked in the New York Theater for years, for two eccentric heiresses, at Aaron Spelling Productions, freelanced as a script analyst for film companies, an extras wrangler and did bit parts in some in films.   

I've road tripped across the country twice in my life and was a witness in the O.J. Simpson trial. I've known the great,  the interesting, the brilliant and the talented as well as the good, the bad and the ugly. I've learned that with every one of life's losses there can also be great gains.  I've seen enough little miracles happen in life that I believe in them. I need love, animals, creativity, good friends and hope and faith to live well. And some money for comfort. I've had cancer and at the moment I don't. 

There have been a lot of adventures. Many amazing people and moments. Miracles and disasters. Now it's all in my art.

I've lived in such a way as to make a lot of my dreams come true against the odds.

Thank you so much for stopping by....xoxn

***Those of you writing to ask if I'm the same Natalie Singer in the Entertainment Weekly Magazine (EW) year end predictions column, yes that's me. ***