Gurinder Preet ' s Art

Gurinder Preet Kaur

I am Gurinder Preet Kaur a Sikh painter, Indian born US citizen living in Mexico City. I have been painting under the guidance of Mexican muralist Ismael Ramos .

Why I Love Painting

Painting is something which I love to do and am passionate about , I like to work with acrylic paints and at times experiment with mixed medium. For me painting is my way of communication, to express my feelings.

Art & Culture

I love Art because I feel it has as the power to bring out the best in people, the similarities of different cultures. I believe my paintings are an assimilation of Indian and Mexican culture.

My Inspiration

My inspiration comes from Nature, my Sikh faith and my experiences in Mexico while raising my kids.

GURINDER PREET KAUR

I am Gurinder Preet Kaur a Sikh painter, Indian born US citizen living in Mexico City. I have been painting under the guidance of
Mexican muralist Ismael Ramos .

Painting is something which I love to do and am passionate about , I like to work with acrylic paints and at times experiment with mixed medium. For me painting is my way of communication, to express my feelings.


I love Art because I feel it has as the power to bring out the best in people, the similarities of different cultures.
I believe my paintings are an assimilation of Indian and Mexican culture.


My inspiration comes from Nature, my Sikh faith and my experiences in Mexico while raising my kids.


Sikh Paintings

Darbar Sahib

GURINDER PREET KAUR

I am Gurinder Preet Kaur a Sikh painter, Indian born US citizen living in Mexico City. I have been painting under the guidance of
Mexican muralist Ismael Ramos .

Painting is something which I love to do and am passionate about , I like to work with acrylic paints and at times experiment with mixed medium. For me painting is my way of communication, to express my feelings.


I love Art because I feel it has as the power to bring out the best in people, the similarities of different cultures.
I believe my paintings are an assimilation of Indian and Mexican culture.


My inspiration comes from Nature, my Sikh faith and my experiences in Mexico while raising my kids.


Other Paintings

UnBashful

Darbar Sahib

Harmandir Sahib, also called Golden Temple , is the most significant place of Sikh religion. It is an open house of worship for all men, women and children from any walk of life or religion.

This mixed medium painting is an attempt to depict an entrance of this revered place.


Mai Bhago

An exceptionally skilled women warrior saint, who lead the Sikh army against the Mughals in 1705.

She is known for gathering the “40 muktas “ who abandoned Guru Gobind Singh ji at the siege of Anandpur Sahib and bringing them back to fight .

Baba Deep Singh Ji (Abstract)

He was a Sikh scholar and one of most revered Martyrs of Sikh history.

In his second battle against the Mughal force, Baba ji was beheaded but continued to fight with his head on the palm of his hand.

He had vowed to die in the precincts of the Harimandir Sahib( Golden Temple) and kept his promise when his severed head rested in the parikarma ( precincts) of the Harimander Sahib ( Golden Temple) on 13th of November, 1757.

Shamsher

A persian word meaning a sword or a kirpan.

The Kirpan, a dagger carried by Sikhs symbolizes a Sikh’s duty to come to the defense of those in peril. All Sikhs should wear a kirpan as a defensive side arm.

Life is only a reflection of what we allow ourselves to see.

“The way blue ocean water is a reflection of the sky, your actions are a reflection of your thoughts . “ Amal Gade

Our thoughts are reflected by our actions, like the reflection of swords in this painting, that’s what I tried to depict.

Sisterhood

An Indian Celebration is depicted with friends coming together in their colorful attire.

ORIGINAL WALL ART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, HAND PAINTED




Art Inspired by My Travels

UN BASHFUL

COY , SHY DEPICTION OF A WOMAN

ORIGINAL WALL ART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, HAND PAINTED


UN BASHFUL

COY, SHY DEPICCIÓN DE UNA MUJER

ARTE ORIGINAL DE PARED, ACRÍLICO SOBRE LONA, PINTADO A MANO





UNMASKED

IN MODERN SOCIETY ONE FINDS PEOPLE WHO COVER UP THEIR THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS WITH A DISGUISE, A MASK, A COVER UP

ORIGINAL WALLART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, HAND PAINTED

DESENMASCARADO

EN LA SOCIEDAD MODERNA SE ENCUENTRA PERSONAS QUE CUBREN SUS PENSAMIENTOS Y SENTIMIENTOS CON UN DISFRAZ, UNA MÁSCARA, UNA CUBIERTA

PARED ORIGINAL, ACRÍLICO EN LONA
 

AUDAZ


* THIS IS AN ORIGINAL ARTWORK, HAND PAINTED , ACRYLIC ON CANVAS,

“Life is found in the dance between your deepest desires and your greatest fears” - Tony Robbins

I was inspired to create this abstract painting after visiting the town of Pamplona in northern Spain. While I definitely do not support the animal cruelty involved with the tradition of bull fighting - I was drawn to the courage of the Matadors (bull fighters) who’ve somehow mastered the art of facing one’s fears. ⁣






THE SHELTER

THIS ACRYLIC PAINTING IS AN ABSTRACT OF THE NOURISHING NATURE OF THE MOTHER EARTH. LIKE A MOTHER SHELTERS AND NOURISHES HER CHILDREN, MOTHER EARTH ALSO PROVIDES NOURISHMENT THROUGH THE CROPS THAT GROW IN THE SOIL.

ORIGINAL WALL ART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS

PEACE

ARTE ORIGINAL DE PARED, ACRÍLICO SOBRE LONA, PINTADO A MANO

I WAS INSPIRED TO MAKE THIS OIL PAINTING AFTER MY TRIP TO SWITZERLAND , IT WAS SO SERENE AND PEACEFUL, I TRIED TO CAPTURE THAT PEACE IN THIS PAINTING.

ORIGINAL WALL ART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, HAND PAINTED

THOUGHTS

“A painting requires a little mystery, some vagueness, and some fantasy. If you make your meaning always perfectly plain, you end up boring people“ Edgar Degas

This acrylic painting is among one of the first ones I had painted,

It depicts a range of thoughts of the human brain, some happy and uplifting, some very sad, dark and depressing ⁣

ORIGINAL WALL ART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, HAND PAINTED

Strong Together
Horses are very majestic, social and loyal creatures. In this painting we see a family of horses traveling together, but each taking their own path.

I used acrylic paints and texture to immerse the viewer in this painting. The horses are portrayed inside a snow globe, representing the Earth, and the horses are standing in for the many living beings on our planet.

ORIGINAL WALL ART, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, HAND PAINTED