I recently had the privilege of visiting the Golden Temple in Amritsar, and it was an experience I’ll never forget.
As I stepped into the grounds, I was immediately struck by the beauty of the intricate patterns and the sheer magnificence of the gold-plated walls. It felt like I was transported to a different world. Walking around the temple was like a spiritual journey. I felt moved by the peaceful and calming atmosphere, and I was mesmerized by the sound of the Gurudwara. Everywhere I looked I found something to admire and it truly reignited my love of art and architecture. I was lucky enough to take some pictures during my visit and they will serve as a reminder of the beauty of this place whenever I’m in my studio.
For anyone looking for inspiration, I highly recommend visiting this magical temple – it really is a sight to behold!
My recent visit to the Golden Temple in Amritsar left me with a profound appreciation for the architecture, culture, and art of India.
As I walked around the temple, I was struck by the incredible overlap between the Mughal and Sikh cultures – something that I plan to explore further in my artwork.
I was especially inspired by the traditional jewelry, which the Sikhs are known for. (Ofcourse, you know this about me by now). To look back how this influence has always been a part of my work, I would like to share two pieces from my recent ART SERIES RANI. Each piece is hand-painted and hand-embroidered, making them truly unique and special. They are like a memory monument in their own right, and I’m sure they will make you feel like a royal whenever you look at them. If you’re looking for something truly special and unique, I highly recommend taking a look at my ART SERIES RANI.