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This Painting was part of the Exhibition on Guru Nanak to commemorate the 550th year Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak, in 2019 which was celebrated globally by the Sikh community. It was part of an Exhibit "Expressions of Divinity" Aug. 31-Nov.3rd at Triton Museum, Santa Clara CA. The series was shown later in Nov. in LA. Sikh Film & Art Festival, in San Jose, in an Art Exhibit in Brampton, UK Kala Sangam gallery and Lahore Faiz art festival. Guru Nanak Dev said there is One God or ‘EkOnkar’ and we are all connected to all living creatures. People of all faiths are one he said. He preached that all humans are equal, irrespective of color, caste, or creed. Equality and equitable distribution of income and wealth is an integral part of his message to the world. Sikhism is a monotheistic religion, which believes that God is formless. He preached, both by precept and practice, against caste distinctions ritualism, idol worship, and pseudo-religious beliefs that had no spiritual content. This artwork tries to depict that principle. The artwork is done on gallery wrapped canvas 24"x24" with acrylics, metallic foil, and mosaics. Finished with a protective glaze and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Doing the series has been a very spiritual and meditative experience for me as the inspiration for the art came through meditation sessions and dreams. I was planning on creating this series for the last 15 years but the urge to do them came only in 2019. This art will certainly bring a lot of good vibes and peace to any house. It's filled with symbolic messages of the Guru. For Limited Edition prints contact the artist at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:24 W x 24 H x 2 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Sarabjit Singh is a visual award-winning artist and art instructor living and working in California, San Francisco Bay Area for almost thirty years. She has passionately pursued Art all her life, teaching in schools, and privately to kids and adults. Her work is influenced by her Sikh roots. Creating art to heal and bring understanding in this chaotic world, one person at a time is the purpose of her art. Acrylics on canvas and paper are the medium of choice for the artist. Bright and bold colors depict the vivacious character of the people and events in her artwork; the Artist believes that colors have the power to heal. She calls her style realistic and semi-realistic combined with impressionistic and is moving in the direction of abstraction. The passion and zeal of the artist have led her to evolve and explore various techniques, materials, and styles and adopt some, like knife strokes and since 2017 liquid paint pours. All of Singh’s series accompany research about the subject matter. Music accompanies the artist in her painting sessions. Some of her art is in private collections in various countries. Her inspiration comes from people, travels, events, past (history), present and personal life. A part of the sale of her Art goes to Charitable causes dear to the Artist.
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