About the artist
Sarabjit Singh is a visual award winning artist living in California, San Francisco Bay Area for almost three decades. 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, paper, wood and walls 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. Her style is a blend of realism and impressionism.
The passion and zeal of the artist has led her to evolve and explore various techniques, materials and styles and adopt some, like knife strokes and liquid paint pours, sculpture, and functional art. All of Singh’s series are accompanied by research about the subject matter. Some of her art is in private collections in various countries. Her inspiration comes from people, travels, events, past (history), present and personal life. The artist has tried to focus on some key and some lost and forgotten Sikh history and tried to bring it to life through her art. A part of the sale of her Art goes to Charitable causes dear to the Artist.
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 and bring about understanding of cultures we know little of, and thus remove fear of the unknown. Now and then I like to experiment with a new product or techniques. The inspiration for my work comes from my local community, my life, historic events and nature.
2017-Nov. Sikhs at San Jose Gurudwara sponsor (Kaur Foundation)
2017- Saratoga Library CA. (Sikhs: Nov. &Dec.)
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
2022- de Young Museum- 'Pictures of people' exhibition.
2022- Euphrat Museum Of Art collaborative Mural project.
2020-International Women's Day Show & speech Fresno CA. Organized By SWOCC Mar. 7.
2020-Cupertino Library-Jan. & Feb.
2020-Virtual Fine Arts League of Cupertino
2019- Faiz Art Festival, Lahore -Nov.
2019- Bradford, Kala Sangam gallery UK. Nov.6- Jan. 23, 2020
2019-Sikhlens Film & Art Festival,show & panel discussion Orange CA.-Nov.21-24
2019- Fall Fest Sept. 14, sponsored by Rotary club, City of Cupertino & FALC
2019-Triton Museum-Hazur Art Exhibition & sale
2019-Triton museum 'Expressions of Divinity'Aug. 31-Nov.3
2018- Sept. 21 Hazur Sikh Art Exhibition & Sale
2018- Mata Sahib Kaur touring Exhibition UK-July
2017- Fall Fest Sept. 9, sponsored by Rotary club, City of Cupertino & FALC
2017- Red Rock Cafe Mt. View- Love (Feb. March.)
2017- Fall Fest sponsored by Rotary club, City of Cupertino & FALC
2016- Cupertino Quinlan Community center
2016- Featured Sikh art by Berkley University 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
2021: Magazine- La Raiz: https://www.rootsartistregistry.com/laraiz.html
2021: Banda singh Bhadur-'.This will be a college level textbook for art and design students.
2015- 'The Global Family' Featured in a movie (Drawn Together)
Also featured in a textbook in Europe
2015- Featured in 'Artsy Shark's' photo article.
2019-present- Ancient Secrets Foundation Artist coordinator for fundraising for the Non Profit Org.
2015-present-Twitter Art Exhibit -fundraising through art.
2021-Santa Clara City chalk Art Mural- 2nd place
2021- Public art mural project- City of Cupertino at Blackberry Farm.
2020-till present - Managing Art projects related for a Non profit Org.
Ancient Secrets Foundation.
2020- Mural (Private commission)
2017-NSC (National Sikh Campaign) donated 2 Mural for fundraiser.
2016- Public Art mural project for City of Santa Clara, CA
2015- Residential murals (Private commissions)
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
2021-La Riaz Mag. Art Prize for 'Yogi ji's Sikhs'
2020- Silicon Valley Guru Nanak Community Heros.
2020-California Legislature Assembly certificate of recognition.
2020-Artist of the month at Fine Arts League of Cupertino.
2016-Artist of the month at Fine Arts 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 Arts League of Cupertino)