About the artist
Born in 1968, Sangeeta Singh pursued Science long before she changed her interest to painting. She was trained at Triveni Kala Sangam under the guidance of the eminent artist Rameshwar Broota. She also studied art at the National Museum and in Mizoram. She paints intimate portraits, dynamic representations of animals, and images that border on the abstract. Her energetic compositions range from the loosely representational to an almost cubist restructuring of space. In delicate washes, calligraphic contours and expressionistic brushstrokes, Singh creates images that are at once aesthetically diverse and vibrantly personal. She’s constantly experiment with charcoal on canvas, Oil on brushed steel, frescos on cement walls, and traditional Patachitra colour substances for Chinese landscape. Sangeeta has participated in many solo and group shows nationally and internationally. She has also attended some art camps including National Tribal Art Conclave by Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in 2014.