Mother Earth and Corona art print by Sarabjit Singh. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Mother Earth and Corona
This artwork is the result of our present situation. The virus is only a small part of it, but it has brought to light... more
Mother Earth and CoronaThis artwork is the result of our present situation. The virus is only a small part of it, but it has brought to light the dualistic way of thinking of the human race. The real virus is in our misplaced concept, that we are separate from nature and each other. Our problems are visible in the racism, classism, and castism prevalent in our society. I have shown that in the crown of Mother Earth which includes the church, temple, and other places of worship which also symbolize the divisions in our thoughts and its effects. In the 15th century, Guru Nanak had said ‘Ek Onkar’ which means that we are one. All creation is part of one whole unit. As we fail to bring that into perspective we are depleting the minerals and other precious resources of Gaia which are symbolized in the gems scattered in the right corner of the painting. Our greed has no bounds and Mother Earth has had enough of it. She has taken charge and is now taking time to rejuvenate herself and g...
About Sarabjit Singh
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I'm an artist living in California and doing what I love to do. Creating art to heal all who see it or buy it is the purpose of my Art. I feel art can show us the beauty of the people of different cultures, and how we are interconnected. We just need to make those connections, may you find that through my art.
My paintings are done mostly in acrylics. A lot of my work deals with the Sikh culture, influenced by my Sikh roots. My inspiration comes from people around me, my travels, and events past and present. My art is part of private collections globally. I...