Artist. Inspired byNature & Culture
Artist. Content Creator. Public Speaker. Mentor
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Explore the vibrant world of MrASingh, a multi-award winning artist and content creator and inspirational public speaker from Birmingham. His textured mixed media artworks beautifully fuse nature and global cultures, captivating audiences through mesmerising patterns and colours. MrASingh's globally acclaimed work, showcased in 40+ exhibitions including prestigious venues like The Wallace Collection and Trafalgar Square, has captured the attention of some of the biggest brands out there resulting in epic collaborations and his art sold globally. As an ardent arts and culture advocate, he inspires the next generation, inviting everyone to embrace their creativity and curiosity while championing diversity. read more
The National Trust has appointed MrASingh to work with them, and seven local community groups to decorate large bird sculptures for their Seven Birds of Croome parkland installation and Christmas family trail.
MrASingh has been commissioned to create two large, 8ft giraffes for next year's public art trail in Cambridge. He's working with Eddington and First Copy, two local businesses who are sponsoring a giraffe sculpture each. #bemoregiraffe #cambridgestandingtall
MrASingh has created a Morph sculpture called "Diverse-City" as part of an art project called "Morph's Epic Art Adventure" in Guildhall, London. His specific sculpture has received fantastic attention on social media, including on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and Instagram
MrASingh collaborating with the Guide Dogs charity, creating a brand new sculpture that will be on display at Canary Wharf, London this year! The sculpture will be part of an accessible art trail launching in March called ‘Paws on the Wharf’.
MrASingh was chosen as 1 of only 7 artists to design an egg sculpture for the Eurovision Song Contest. It was installed at Liverpool ONE in Liverpool, UK as part of a larger public art project called "Pysanka Egg Display".