Automotive artist

Vidita Singh, is one of the first automotive artists in India, brings to life these fine automobiles in elements that are uniquely India. She hails from the royal family of Barwani, an erstwhile royal kingdom in Madhya Pradesh,   picturesquely situated between the Narmada river & the Satpura ranges.

She was brought up in a family of automotive enthusiasts, who are passionate about cars – her father H.H. Rana Manvendra Singh, a pioneer in the field of automotive restoration,  he is a published Automotive historian, and is the driving force behind the Cartier Concours d’Elegance – it was inevitable that automobiles would be reflected in her art. Vidita feels a passionate need to preserve India’s automotive history and tradition. And, she does this through her canvases.

Interested in art from an early age, her paintings themed on cars, have hoisted her to the national stage after she completed college and finally immersed herself into painting. Vidita has managed to portray automobiles and the special relation automobiles had with India in a manner that has now earned her international acclaim. Bringing out the novelty automobiles were in the bygone era, and the artistic and mechanical masterpieces they are today in her paintings are her passion.

Vidita’s work has earned her credit, so much so, that she has been featured on T.V. shows like BBC’s “Wheels”, NDTV India’s “Raftaar”. She has also been featured in Automotive and lifestyle magazines such as Hello Magazine India, BBC Top Gear, Auto Car, Auto India, Femina India, Motoring Overdrive, Auto Motor & Sport amongst others.

Vidita was commissioned to make a painting for Ford Motor’s Centenary Celebrations, which now hangs in the office of the Managing Director of the Ford Motor Company, India. She was also commissioned to create a painting for Hyundai Motor Company, India which graces their corporate office.

An invited member of the American website, Vidita has also been featured as an ‘Upcoming Automotive Artist’ in the Dutch website

Vidita has had solo exhibitions in New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Hong Kong and has been part of several exhibitions including the Cartier Concours d’Elegance. Her work has been auctioned by Christie’s at Royal Bridges art convergence held in Dubai.