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Vase Drip

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World’s Longest Painting 2013


Not knowing what ArtPrize would do the next year, I entered the contest to simply get slaughtered at the hands of the rich and powerful. But this time I wouldn’t let them win just like that. From past experience, I knew I had options.
Artist SinGh and The Transcendental (World’s Longest Painting). Miles of art!


Thirty-eight days in the making, this fruity, colorful creation featured various still-lifes and was named The Transcendental. Measuring 3,444.91 meters or 2.14 miles long, it won the Guinness World Record for the Longest Painting by an Individual. As mentioned earlier, The Transcendental has also been recognized with records through Miracle World Records, RecordSetter, Unique World Records, Elite World Records, Limca World Records, and The book of alternative records. This painting was displayed publicly, stretching across the parks, bridges, and public walkways of Grand Rapids, Michigan, in September 2013.


With this painting, I attempted to raise awareness about the liberty, well-being, and role of women in our society.


To transcend is to go to a higher level, to go above and beyond the ordinary. Transcendental knowledge is much higher than the knowledge of our mundane existence. I have named my painting The Transcendental because I had to transcend my usual level of discipline to do something that had never been done before: working 20 hours a day for 38 days to make the world’s longest painting. This reminds me of my 2009 stunt-art experience of being buried alive for three days—another surreal undertaking.  


Whether transcendental knowledge really exists is debatable. But making this painting required so much discipline and self-control that for me it was beyond the ordinary. Mystical, spiritual, elevating—transcendental.


Controversy


Having moved ahead from the ArtPrize fiasco of 2012 regarding my show called Captivity, I was determined to compete in ArtPrize 2013. In 2012 ArtPrize organizers accused me of marketing my art via gimmicks, so in 2013 I wanted to stay away from negative attention. I made sure that my painting would have no “controversy,” no “nudity,” no so-called “attention seeking.” My painting would be long and portray pears and flowers—a simple still-life.


The idea was to display the painting in ArtPrize—world’s largest art contest. However, as creative forces overpowered my head, my plan for the ArtPrize changed tremendously. My painting would not just be long but the longest in the entire world, and I’d finish the work in the least amount of time possible. I would achieve something beyond the ordinary and name my painting The Transcendental. Making the world’s longest painting in very few days would lift me above my mundane existence. It would be an artistic experience hard to express in words.


The first challenge, of course, was to raise money or find sponsors for the project. I had three weeks to do it. And what would it cost to make the painting? One hundred thousand dollars.


To my great and happy surprise, all the energies and forces out there in the world joined me, and everything for the project came together. I was ready to roll.


When I embarked on this life-changing journey, I knew it wouldn’t be easy. My goal was to complete the painting before the beginning of ArtPrize on September 18.


To succeed I had to meet stringent Guinness guidelines and standards, one of which was that the painting had to be displayed publicly for the Guinness officials to see and measure.


I thought I would be unable to do this project because it would need the support and cooperation of the authorities. Nevertheless, I got in touch with the ArtPrize curator, Clare Fox, to let the organization know of my ambitious plans. I was given the go-ahead for this extraordinary project.


I began to paint for 18 to 20 hours each day so that I could complete the work before September 18. However, just one week before ArtPrize was to begin, Clare Fox told me that I couldn’t exhibit this project, whereupon I tried my best to contact higher administrators at ArtPrize. I learned that Clare Fox had not acted on her own; the decision had come from Kevin Buist, Exhibition Director of ArtPrize. What ArtPrize administrators wanted was to stop me from displaying the world’s longest painting. Oh, well!


After exhausting every possible option of reconciliation with the authorities, I was left with two options. I could waste the money and disappoint everyone involved in my project; or I could display the painting without permission, pay off any fines that it might incur, and recover the money invested by selling the painting—but this would be possible only if I got the world record.


I knew that ArtPrize had authority over the park but not over the entire city. So I decided to forget the park and instead collaborate with other venues to display this giant monster of a painting all over Grand Rapids. The painting went over bridges and loading docks, past a popular fishing spot, through underpasses, over and under stairways, under bridges, along public walkways, through the museum by way of the art school, through luxury hotels, private properties, and more. This monster was so long that it caught everyone’s attention and won admiration.


It’s hard to get things done in the complex world we live in. Yet the battle had been won. The world’s longest painting had been created and displayed, the Guinness World Record had been achieved, and the city of Grand Rapids had just witnessed history.


For me, this was the beginning of the end with ArtPrize. In 2014 I discovered that they had banned me for life, but I left them with their jaws dropped. I thanked them for banning me; their ban had given huge publicity to my painting, and I was still able to win the Guinness World Record for the Longest Painting in the World. 

I had invested over $100,000.00 on the project. I won bigly by winning the world record and then selling the painting in pieces. The estimated worth of the painting is over $800,000.00. I still have about 15% of the painting left. 

Artist SinGh as his logo

Artist Singh as his logo


Worlds Largest Professional oil Painting by Artist SinGh


http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/381329-largest-professional-oil-painting-by-a-single-artist


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LARGEST PROFESSIONAL OIL PAINTING 

Who
Gurmej Singh
What
22.76 square metre(s) 
Where
United States (Kalamazoo) 
When
08 September 2017 
The largest professional oil painting by a single artist is 22.76 m² (245 ft² 20 in²), achieved by Gurmej Singh (USA), at the Epic Center in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA, on 8 September 2017.
Gurmej Singh aka Artist SinGh or Mr. Caution says this painting “Star of Bethlehem” symbolizes the hope for the world and was created to celebrate equally for all. Star of Bethlehem is a blue night scene panorama of color, light and space on single piece of canvas. The highly detailed painting includes architecture of the time, animals, caravan, desserts, landscapes, people of the time and their lifestyle. Amazing plethora blue hues are used to capture the miracle in the sky.
It took Gurmej Singh (Artist SinGh) 4 months to create the whole painting. The project was sponsored by O’Leary Paint and B and G Discount.
The painting was displayed at the Epic Center in Kalamazoo, Michigan as part of the monthly Art Hop.

Learn About Latro Art Drawing and Paintings By Artist SinGh


I am the originator and developer of LatroArt. “Latro” derives from the word “Latrodectus”—a genus of spiders, most of which are black widows. LatroArt can be defined as “to draw and paint using the elements and principles of spider-web construction.” Of course, spiders use many techniques to create webs.

In the normal painting process, the relative lightness or darkness of a color defines form. Strong contrasts in value within a composition may define the boundaries of forms. Gradations of value or shading also create the illusion of contour and volume.  

           With LatroArt, I create an image mostly with straight lines such that the contour line is minimized. The movement and energy in the lines have a continuous flow. Three-dimensional shape—illusion of depth and form—is created by simply tweaking the lines.

As a kid I loved adventure and was always curious about everything I saw. Spider webs fascinated me. I would watch the slow webbing process for hours. Who knew that I was being inspired to someday invent a new style of painting? For a few days in 2002, I stayed with a friend in his basement apartment, which was dark and infested with spiders. One bit me, and when I returned from the Emergency Room, I found myself staring at the spider’s web. For a minute, I forgot about the bite. I got lost in the world of imagination, and LatroArt was born. That bite changed everything for me.