Artwork

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “The River Test” #art

The River Test

Acrylic on canvas, 18 x 24 x 0.5 inches (featured in Landcsape Artist of the Year 2019)

Not currently for sale, prints available from £32.

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Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Herstmonceux Castle #1” #art

Herstmonceux Castle #1

Acrylic on canvas, 18 x 24 x 0.5 inches (featured in Landscape Artist of the Year 2019)

£336, prints available from £32.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Connemara” #art

Connemara

Acrylic in canvas, 16 x 20 x 0.8 inches

£435, prints available from £32

Heron near Fleet Pond

Acrylic Painting, 
22.5 x 10 x 0.5 inches

£261, prints to be made available soon.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Row of Silver Birch” #art

Row of Silver Birch

Mixed media framed painting, 24 x 48 x 0.5 inches

£1,217, prints available from £32. Limited edition prints may also be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Thing #1” #art

Thing #1

Acrylic painting, 

29.5 x 29.5 x 1.3 inches

£424, prints available from £32

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Lung Flowers” #art

Lung Flowers

Mixed media painting, 30 x 20 x 0.5 inches

£474, prints available from £32

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “View from a Window (diptych)” #art

View from a Window (diptych)

Painting, 33 x 50 W x 1 inches

£1,130, prints available from £32. Limited edition prints may also be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Fleet Pond” #art

Fleet Pond

Oi and Acrylic painting, 29.5 x 60 x 1 inches

SOLD, prints available from £32. Limited edition prints may also be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Pylon #1” #art

Pylon #1

Acrylic painting

29.7 x 19.8 x 1 inches

£324, prints available from £32. Limited edition prints may also be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Pylon #2” #art

Pylon #2

Acrylic and enamel painting 

25 x 17.5 x 1 inches

£403, limited edition prints may be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Pylon #3” #art

Pylon #3

Enamel and acrylic painting (framed)

25 x 17.5 x 1 inches

£468, limited edition prints may be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Painting, “Pylon #4” #art

Pylon #4

Enamel painting (framed) 

25 x 17.5 x 1 inches

£334, limited edition prints may be available, if interested click here to get in touch.

Saatchi Art Artist Satdeep Grewal; Drawing, “Aurora Borealis (From Memory)” #art

Aurora Borealis

Pastel drawing

7.8 x 11.5 x 0.1 inches

£201, prints available from £32

Women of Steel

Women of Steel focusses on women, who despite considerable achievement in the face of patriarchal and often racial barriers, are remembered for controversy and often discussed through gendered criticism.

The methods employed in the “Women of Steel” series reflect the apparent titular paradox of traditional femininity, represented through the use of crocheting, but with a material that is both tough and durable – steel. The work gains a further dimension through the use of lighting which casts shadows between and across the wire sculptures. This duality of light and shade further reflects the dichotomy of achievement and controversy encapsulated by the women portrayed.

Women of Steel was longlisted in the Oaktree and Tiger Ashurst Art Prize and was a featured piece in the University of Edinburgh’s Dangerous Women Project.

Women of Light

Women of Light focusses on Muslim women who are axiomatically perceived to be subordinated and hidden by their faith, and particularly their dress, when in reality it is their faith that drives them.

The Women of Light series obscures the character and features of the subjects through the use of one colour making reference to how Muslim women are prejudicially perceived as hidden or subordinated by their faith. And yet to counter this misnomer the use of intense, luminous colours emphasises that for these women their faith is empowering and a source of light. The subject serves to further challenge misguided perceptions of Muslim women, in this example being Onjali Rauf, who following the murder of her aunt Mumtahina Jannat, single handedly led the setup of the ground-breaking women’s rights charity Making Herstory.

Women of Light #1 was longlisted for the BP Portrait Award 2016.