Monday, December 6, 2021

Lions and Tigers, Oh My!

Art Exhibit by Sasha Singh at La Petite Galerie

Photos by Maria Lamb
| Sasha Singh’s bright and bold collection.


Sasha Christina Singh was born in Guyana, South America. At the age of four, Sasha and her family moved to the United States to make their home on Long Island, New York. Since early childhood, Sasha’s imagination ran wild. Art became a primary outlet for her to express her vivid ideas.

Sasha currently works as a professional graphic designer following her journey into art. Her painting began over seven years ago and without official schooling in fine arts, she’s proud to call herself a self-taught artist. Painting primarily began as a hobby for Sasha, but over the years, it has blossomed into a true passion. Painting allows Sasha to express her highest self and is her purest form of creativity.

Sasha resides in Southwest Florida. As a full-time working mom and wife, Sasha’s meditation practice is crucial in her life. Clearing her mind allows her to trust in the process and channel this sacred flow into all of her artwork.

According to Sasha, “I’m an artist. I place my heart and soul fully into my work, expressing my burning desire to share my unique perspective of life. Art is meant to be observed with child-like wonder. You can read my paintings, like chapters of my book, as each piece of art I create has a story of its own.”

Sasha’s art centers around bright colors and abstract brush strokes. She shares her story with the world to spread positivity, love, and light.

Sasha Singh’s art is on display at the Marco Island Center for the Arts La Petite Galerie from May 11 through June 1, 2021.

The Marco Island Center for the Arts was founded in 1969 by a group of dedicated artists and patrons. It has developed into a place to gather, to learn and become inspired. The program offerings include classes and workshops for adults and children. The Center for the Arts has become a showcase for local, national, and international artists in many disciplines. The Center for the Arts is located at 1010 Winterberry Drive and is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. For more information, please visit



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