Additional writings by K.P. Singh may be found as Reflections of the Sacred in the Arts and Architecture

Original drawings of some of the images shown on this website are available for acquisition. Please contact KP for more information.

News – September 23, 2020


KP Singh is tentatively planning to exhibit his exquisite hand-colored drawings and prints at the following art fairs in 2021:

  • Locally Made (Indianapolis Art Center): May 15th and 16th, 2021
  • Talbot Street Art Fair: June 19th and 20th, 2021
  • Penrod Arts Fair: September 11th, 2021

Unfortunately, the 2021 Broad Ripple Art Fair has been cancelled. Nonetheless, please continue to support the arts!


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Butler University – December 16th, 2017

  KP delivered the Winter Commencement speech to Butler University graduates after receiving an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the institution. In awarding the degree, Butler University President James M. Danko cited KP as an individual whose “life and work reflect Butler University’s core values and whose insights and life lessons might positively impact our students. Your life experiences, accomplishments, and personal involvement in efforts to support and strengthen our community locally, regionally, and globally provide an inspirational example for all Butler community members.”

A transcript of KP’s commencement address is available online.

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The Center for Interfaith Cooperation – February 21, 2016

“Indianapolis based architect, artist and community leader Kanwal Prakash “KP” Singh for his leadership and contributions to improving understanding and strengthening relationships between people of different faiths in the central Indiana community and around the world.”

~ Board of Directors, Center for Interfaith Cooperation, Indianapolis
KP Singh Interfaith Ambassador of the Year Announcement
Butler University Jordan College of the Arts – February 5, 2016

“I am delighted to inform you that you have been nominated by the faculty, staff, and Board of Visitors of Jordan College of the Arts at Butler University, and selected by the Jordan College administration, to receive a 2016 Legacy Award.

The Legacy Awards were created in 2014 to honor individuals whose work has had a deep and lasting impact on the artistic fabric of Indianapolis, especially relating to minority communities. In addition to your renown as an artist, those nominating you commented on your deep commitment to developing and preserving the culture of Indianapolis.”

~ Ronald Caltabiano, Dean, Jordan College of the Arts, Butler University, Indianapolis
Golden Temple by K.P. Singh

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Artwork makes an excellent, memorable, and lasting gift for celebrating birthdays, graduations, retirements, holidays, and other meaningful occasions. If you are an art enthusiast, collector, or holiday shopper, consider KP Singh’s drawings of Indiana landmarks, and architectural monuments from around the world. Over the past four decades, his finely executed pen and ink drawings have graced many magazine covers and publications, and his artwork is now included in many private and public collections.

A video outlining KP’s vision, and how it drives his artistic and advocacy efforts:


For those of you in need of a gift for your college graduate or friend, please consider KP Singh Artwork. See the SlideShare document below for a presentation of selected drawings.