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Satinder Parhar

Having been introduced into printmaking at the age of 16, Satinder Parhar has developed his printmaking skills throughout his artistic career. He went on to complete a BA (Hons) in Fine Art at the University of Wolverhampton, followed by an MA degree. Specialising in producing large scale dry-point prints, which explores the concept of interstitial spaces.

“Fascinated by natural and man-made apertures; I explore tunnels, arches, cave openings and fissures. These forms create an intervening space called an ‘interstice.’ My work questions the relationship between the space, the form, and the “object.” It examines the structures, the interstitial spaces formed within and its relationship with the viewer. What is this connection and why is it so harmonious? The use of black and white emphasises the disparity between the interstice and interstitial space. The two colours oppose each other, yet work together. The viewer is immersed within this re-representational space through the size of the prints.”

Satinder often exhibits around the UK. Institutions include; Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Walsall Art Gallery and Nuneaton Art Gallery and Museum. Recently he has been working and exhibiting with RBSA Gallery and IKON Gallery. 

Category: Printmaking

Find me online

Web: www.satinderparhar.com

Instagram: satinder_parhar_art