Bhagat’s painting shows Guru Arjan Dev ji peacefully meditating while being tortured. Bhagat’s sikh art captures meditative moments really well. The artist himself meditates and promotes it in everything he does. So he is able to capture that exact moment when Guru ji entered meditation on the hot plate.
In this video, I draw on top of your sikh art and show you how you can improve your drawing by paying attention to your reference, and how to apply your observation to the paper.
Recently, while working on my sikh art projects I have been working on a game as well, which I am calling Singh and Gun. Singh and Gun is a run-and-gun platformer, inspired by Contra and Halo, where you fight alien invaders, who seek to capture earth and to drive humanity to extinction.
Sikh paintings of Guru Arjan Dev ji Maharaj have never radiated with so much spiritual energy as Bhagat’s original painting. Bhagat’s painting developed over time as the result of reading Guru Arjun Dev ji’s bani and feeling the emotions expressed therein.
Bhai Vir Singh ji’s works have rejuvenated Punjabi writing and have heavily influenced the Sikh psyche many generations after him. Sikh art of Bhai Vir Singh ji is so rare that artist Bhagat Singh Bedi wanted to promote Bhai Sahib, through Sikhi Art™.