Gallery- October 20 thru November 9
In announcing the exhibit, Mr. S.L. Berry wrote in the
The Indianapolis Star:
"One of the most visible members of the local
Singh is celebrating 35 years as an artist with an
exquisite pen-and-ink drawings of buildings around
- S.L. Berry
Visual Arts writer, The Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis, Oct. 14, 2005
Editions Limited Gallery is pleased to announce the
upcoming exhibition of the work of K.P. Singh. October
20 thru November 9
NRI (non-resident Indian) Mr. Singh, in addition to
being a prolific and accomplished artist, has been
a tireless advocate and supporter of historic preservation,
cultural diversity and the importance of arts to life
and human spirit.
K.P. considers community service as a major focus
and commitment of his
Sikh faith and as a civic responsibility.
"My artwork reflects my cultural and spiritual
inspiration. The artistic legacy of master builders
and craftsmen in different cultures stands as a living
testimony of the high achievements of man over the
centuries. We must create a place of honor for it
in our national fabric," says Singh. "I
hope that this book will inspire others to rediscover,
know and enjoy their communities."
K.P. Singh is the founder of K.P. Singh Designs and
specializes in pen and ink drawings of private residences
and public institutions and his works are represented
in many private and public collections throughout
the world. He is also a regular contributor to the
Indianapolis Star's IN Touch feature column and other
national ethnic publications and cyber sites. Educated
in India and the University of Michigan, he has made
his home in Indianapolis since 1967 where he lives
with his wife, Janice.
"His style has been influenced by the Old Masters.
He presents his subject in close-up, highlighting
detail and splendor, challenging the viewer to explore
the spirit of buildings' original creators."
AMERICAN ARTISTS "An Illustrated Survey of Leading
For additional information, please visit his website:
Artist Reception: Thursday, October 20,
Editions Limited Gallery of Fine Art
838 E 65th St.
Indianapolis, In 46240
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