SURREY: An exhibition of works of local Indo Canadian artists was shown in an Exhibition ‘ Punjab Panorama’ at Jarnail Arts Gallery.
The exhibition was part of the opening event of 9th Ma Boli International Punjabi Film Festival, contained the works of renowned painter S. Jarnail Singh, well known for his works of Sikh history and Punjabi culture, and also featured the works of upcoming younger artists.
The works of artists ranged from beautiful portraits by Neeti Singh to awesome panoramic views of Punjab fields by Rimandeep Brar. Baljit Kaur’s paintings of various moods of Indian womanhood impressed by their masterful handling of color and costume along with the wistful demeanor of the subjects. The colorful costumes of Rajasthan people were the subjects of paintings by Neeti Singh and Balwinder Singh.
The stark black and white imagery of Punjabi landscape by NavalpreetRangi well depicted the rural landscape of Punjab. The folk patterns of Canadian indigenous people found a reflection in the intricately detailed work of Ritu Singh.
Photograph of Golden Temple by Jay Panesar showed the intricate details of the Gold plated Golden Temple. His picture of a model captured the bold look of the model. The soft pastel toned works of BindooMatharu reflected a deep rooted spiritual bent of mind.
The awe inspiring panoramic view of vast fields of Punjab by Rimandeep Brar impressed with its vibrant colors. She had another work ‘The Divine Buddha ‘ in the show. The youngest artist participating in the show was 11 years old Biryuvraj Singh who had 3 works in the exhibition done in different media.
The exhibition which ran for 3 days attracted a large audience which included Jaswant Brar, Kartar Singh Kang, Sikandar Singh Kang, Harpreet, Ashley, Jasleen Kaur, Aman C Singh, Charanjit Singh, Jarnail Singh Sekha, Mohan Gill, Hardam Singh Mann, Gurdip Bhullar, Manjit Slatch, Karanbeer Singh Kang, Pall Dhillon and numerous art lovers.