Artist SinGh

Artist SinGh has been anonymous for many years. In 2009, he revealed his true identity as ‘Gurmej Singh’.
Artist SinGh is a famous and controversial artist based in South West, Michigan known for his Stunt paintings. SinGh rose to fame in Michigan with his unique ability to paint while performing a plethora of stunts ranging from levitation to burying himself alive. It turned out to be a great marketing tool that resulted in local celebrity status for Artist SinGh. His shows are known for their high entertainment value and excitement. The Kalamazoo Gazette has referred to him as the man who redefines art and ‘The World’s Best Stunt Painter’.

Singh’s organizes private exhibits and large scale public exhibitions for his collectors. He represents his brand only in selective galleries. SinGh’s art can be seen in many parts of the world, his work is on permanent display in galleries in US, Dubai, and India. Singh claims that he is very experimental and loves trying new ways to make art which is evident from his past track record. He experiments with new techniques and builds large scale sculptures, some up to 100 feet tall. He attracts media and brings large crowds to his art shows. He’s known for standing on his sculptures for days and then jumping down from atop—all in the name of ART. It’s Crazy!
In his early years he imitated many masters of the past and had great influence of Picasso, Dali and Bob Ross, just to name few. Artist Singh holds a Guinness World Record for the Longest Painting and other World Records include Fastest Painter and the Largest Cardboard Sculpture. 
Many news stories have been written about him. Artist SinGh’s loves for unconventional painting methods have made him the center of attraction. In the past, SinGh has been widely reported by the media for his controversial works. He has stated “Many might not see the meaning in these captive ideas but they have existed for thousands of years and will continue to exist. All I am doing is painting them—I am captive to the making of art.”