Mary Singleton is an artist living and working in New Orleans. She is known for her bright, Fauvist-influenced, contemporary and figurative floral paintings. Drawing her inspiration from both the tropical Flora of New Orleans, everyday lives and images collected along the way. Mary describes her artworks as a “a dialogue between the vivid surroundings of New Orleans, its eclectic inhabitants and the mutual influence upon one another."
While at LSU she received the nomination to attend Yale Norfolk and the Baton Rouge Art League's annual scholarship. After graduating she became an Artist in Residence with The Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center for the Arts. She has also worked with the other area organizations including The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge.
Currently Mary teaches weekly at Saint James Place Retirement Community as their resident art instructor engaging the residents in art's therapeutic properties. She also currently works with the Walls Project as a site manager and artist on community murals. She spends her time painting in her studio, collecting plants and spending time with those dearest to her.
Mary received a BFA from Louisiana State University. She’s worked with several small business to incorporate a handmade feel into their design and branding, including Saint Claude Social Club.
She is currently represented by Claire Elizabeth Gallery, Ann Connelly Fine Art, Hall-Barnett Gallery and Where Y’art.