Manveer Singh from Delhi is known to bridge the gap between visual art and instrumental music. His divergent approach towards art has been widely recognized across the world. The Prafulla Dhanukdar Award winner has been a part of one-month International Art Residency at Art Hub on Environmental Awareness in Abu Dhabi organized by Environment Agency of Ministry of culture UAE, Art residency at Leh-Ladakh, etc. The meritorious artist has won many awards and scholarship throughout his art career. His artworks have been showcased in more than 20+ group shows and exhibitions hosted by Lalit Kala Academy, Camlin Art Foundation, All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society, etc. His works have been procured throughout the world in Germany, Canada, Abu Dhabi, India, etc.
Manveer’s work is a fusion of visual and musical art. The source of abstractionism in his paintings is derived from instrumental music. The forms in his works take the role of lyrics of music, while the floating textures and spontaneous brushstrokes play the role of fillers with variations. The colours of his work take the place of sur. The monochromatic tone in his work is just like the low/high pitch of sur. He brings the admirers of both visual and musical arts together with his works.