About the Artist
Sarabjit Singh is a freelance award winning artist and art instructor living and working in California, south of the San Francisco Bay. Her style is simple and easy to follow for beginners and the subject matter becomes a little more challenging for intermediate students.
Her work deals with healing everyone through the power of art. She aims to bring awareness about Sikh people, their culture and heritage. Acrylics on canvas and paper and sometimes oils are the medium of choice for the artist. She has also added digital illustration to her skills. Bright and bold colors depict the vivacious character of the people and events in her artwork. Her style is realistic and semi realistic combined with impressionistic. The artist loves to explore new styles to convey her vision as she evolves in spirit. Her abstract series is an indication of that.
Sarabjit’s earlier work is somewhat different as compared to her recent work, which shows a partiality to knife strokes and gels, and liquid pours to arrive at the balance and style she is striving for. All of Singh’s artwork and series have been accompanied by additional research about the subject matter. Her series convey stories, while dealing with themes.The artist is generally accompanied by music while painting to imbue her canvasses with movement. Some of her art is in private collections.
The artist has been published in the local news, monthly and community magazines and exhibited in San Jose State College, Evergreen College, Triton Museum, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose Library, San Jose Sikh Temple, New York Billboards, the Miami art show and Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery.
Colors, like the notes of music, have always fascinated me. I try to search and research to bring the right colors to my work so they reflect the mood and portray the intended meaning. I want the colors of my artwork to enchant, heal and connect the viewer to the stories that each piece of work has to tell. I hope my art will be just a tool to help the viewers find a path in understanding the diverse humanity around us. Now and then I like to experiment with a new product or technique. The inspiration for my work comes from my local community, my life, historic events and nature. If you wish to purchase my art prints, please click on the Shop button and for originals or commissions, you can reach me by clicking on the contact button. Thanks!
See more art at : https://sarabjit-singh.pixels.com/
2018- Forthcoming in Fresno
2017- Saratoga Library CA. (Sikhs: Nov. &Dec.)
2017- Fall Fest sponsored by Rotary club, City of Cupertino & FALC
2015-Sikhlens Film & Art Festival, Orange CA
2015- Sikh Awareness celebration event, Santa Clara Library CA
2015-Private exhibition in Cupertino CA
2002-San Jose State College, San Jose CA
1998-Berryessa Library, San Jose CA
2017- Fall Fest Sept. 9, sponsored by Rotary club, City of Cupertino & FALC
2017- Red Rock Cafe Mt. View- Love (Feb. March.)
2016- Cupertino Quinlan Community center
2016- Featured Sikh art by Berkley Univerty Students in 'Kaur Voices'
2015-Light Space and Time online gallery
2013-Art Takes Miami
2013- Creative Rising, Long Island NY
2013-Scope art fair, NY
2008-San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose CA
2004-San Jose Sikh Temple San Jose CA
2001-San Jose Sikh Temple, San Jose CA
1998-Berryessa Art & Wine Festival San Jose CA
1998-Evergreen College, San Jose CA
1997-Berryessa Art & Wine Festival, San Jose CA
1997-Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara CA
2015- 'The Global Family' Featured in upcoming movie 'Je Suis Superhero' (Who is a Superhero)
2015- Featured in 'Artsy Shark's' photo article.
2016- Public Art mural project for City of Santa Clara, CA
2005-Window murals for Challenger School, San Jose CA
2003-Wall mural for Challenger School, San Jose, CA
2000-Historical Art for San Jose Sikh Temple, CA
2002-Three background murals for San Jose Sikh community CA
2016-Artist of the month at Fine art League of Cupertino.
2015-Light, Space & Time online Gallery
1998-Water media category, East Valley Artist Association exhibition, San Jose CA
1997-oil painting category, East Valley Artist Association exhibition, San Jose CA
Fine Art America
FALC (Fine art league of Cupertino)
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