The Belgrade will be opening a new exhibition by two British South Asian artists, with a free, infomal launch taking place at 2pm.
Titled Colours of Life, the exhibition brings together work by Coventry-based artist Gurdip Junjuha and Kitty Kaur.
Gurdip Junjuha is an expressive abstract artist, using art to release emotion and deal with anxiety and depression. She uses art to express how she feels and as a form of therapy. Having studied Art and Design at college, Gurdip has been creating art for the last 30 years. After putting her artwork on hold for a time after getting married and having a child, she has recently rekindled her passion for visual arts, and is delighted to be exhibiting at the Belgrade Theatre.
Kitty Kaur is an autistic artist who has been working in and around Coventry for around 10 years. “I am passionate about art and creating,” she said. “When I get an idea, I just get into it and get lost in my own world. I want to work in the community to inspire others to be creative.”
Colours of Life is free to view at the Belgrade Theatre from 2pm on Saturday 9 November, until the end of the month. Simply drop in any time during normal opening hours.