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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.

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Meet the Artist

Who is Artist SinGh?
I am a well-known as  the inventor of LatroArt painting and drawing, a holder of several world records, a TV producer, the author of X the ArtPrize and the soon-to-be published My Experiments with Art, and the founder of Artist SinGh Academy, which provides artists with comprehensive training programs in art marketing and personal development.
My lucky break came when I made about $700,000 with the World’s Longest Painting, and I made a similar amount with the World’s Longest Drawing. Today, I value my unique signature paintings at over $10,000 and I am blessed to  have collectors, including a long list of new millionaires, all over the world. 
My artistic philosophy My relationship with art stems from my confidence and skills in the visual arts. My exhibitions go beyond flat, two-dimensional paintings on canvas. I engage my body, mind, and spirit in projects I undertake. I have literally buried myself for hours while creating a piece. And sometimes I have stood on top of my own sculptures for long periods of time to create art. My philosophy has been to test my artistic skills while putting my body through stress. Ken Livingston, a Kalamazoo photographer, believes me to be a truly international person who has gained a unique perspective on life. This perspective is the foundation of my “inner balance,” the place from which my art is generated.


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