FORTY YEARS OF ARTS, CULTURE, AND COMMUNITY ADVOCACY
Indianapolis, March 4, 2010
KP Singh art has been featured in magazines, newspapers and on calendar covers; used for fund-raising for worthy causes, and presented to Presidents, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and other celebrities
His drawings are displayed in many homes and businesses in Indiana, around USA and beyond. KP's words, thoughts, and advocacy incorporated in his artwork reflect a passionate commitment to preserve historic and sacred architecture, promote diversity of cultures and faiths, and see this richness as a collective tapestry of the human journey. KP reminds us that the arts are a transforming and powerful resource for learning and understanding about human cultures and creativity. KP’s art, words, and spirit advance the cause of human dignity, sacred rights, and advocate respecting time-honored traditions while interfacing with changing environments at the new human crossroads. For him, the arts offer a sacred dimension to learn and to serve.