Kiranjot Kaur is a Vancouver based artist who, among many artistic adventures, enjoys painting vibrant, exploratory pieces and drawing high-contrast and bold ink designs. Kiranjot is a self-taught artist who explores a multitude of techniques in order to serve inspiration and provide truthful, artful renderings to ideas, emotions and statements.
Art, for Kiranjot, is an opportunity to explore the world. She is intrigued by nature and its ability to capture an audience in an instant and stand testament to forces beyond our imagination. She is also fascinated by the beauty of common things and playful interactions of light and colour in abstract forms. Her work focuses on that which makes her smile, think, and remember.
Her current work aims to celebrate her artistic influences including a background in engineering, Sikh philosophy, her Panjabi and Canadian heritage and growing up in a family fabric store. Kiranjot’s work has been featured in several local art shows and she is the creator of Little Sahibs, a series of colouring and activity books for children.
2020 Silk Purse Arts Centre Solo Exhibition, Sovereign Elevations, Scheduled for November
2019 ACT Gallery Ensemble Show
2019 Port Moody Arts Winter Treasures Artisan Market
2019 International Artist Day Anonymous Arts Show at 100 Braid Street Studios
2019 Sikh Research Institute Illumination Art Exhibition (including artist talk at conference)
2019 Sikh Heritage Month Revival Art Show
2019 Kariton Gallery Women in Art Show (including live artist demonstration)
2018 Sikh Heritage Month BC Kala Art Show at Surrey City Hall
2017 Art Card Design for Sikh Research Institute
2016 Langley Arts Council 12 Squared Anonymous Arts Show
2015 Seymour Art Gallery Discovery Fire