“You sense what people call passion” when you are around Clayton Singleton. This Virginia resident’s blend of verbal and visual art inspires, motivates and educates. His use of realist-expressionism is realized through a style that is both academic and freestyle.
I use many different mediums, acrylics, ink, graphite, paper, and found objects. I believe that working in a single medium is restrictive to my artistic process. Each idea manifests in its own individual message, and thus has its own material needs.
My inspiration comes from everyday living and the lives of everyday people. Additionally, the juxtaposition of images and words provide metaphor for the reality of our lives branching to the possibilities of our dreams.