Join us from 5-7pm for an Artist Reception and Mill Valley’s First Tuesday Artwalk featuring our July artists Iqvinder Singh in the Main Theatre Gallery and Nina B. Leva in the Crescendo Gallery.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Iqvinder Singh was born in Rajisthan, India and immigrated to Oakland in 1982. In the early 90s, he got into photojournalism with some indirect influence from the L.A. riots in 1992. Iqvinder wanted to be at the forefront to cover any civil right changes affecting people of color. By profession, Iqvinder is a seasoned veteran in market planning and creative solutions. He has served some of the biggest retailers in the country providing solutions in marketing, creative strategy, project management, and process improvement. He has also taken the challenge to provide similar solutions for small businesses as an independent contractor. He has a deep understanding for corporate planning, leveraging talents in marketing, merchandising, operations, and finance. As an artist and promoter, Iqvinder also likes to show his and his collective’s fine art work across the country. He specializes in photojournalism but is also experienced in other mediums. In his spare time, Iqvinder enjoys spending time with his family, painting and photographing. Iqvinder has a M.B.A. from Saint Mary’s University’s Marketing program and dual B.S. from San Francisco State University’s Business Administration and Industrial Design programs. Complete list of previous exhibitions is available at www.singhdesignworks.com.
Nina B. Leva
Marin County photographer Nina Leva exquisitely captures heart to heart moments of children at play, in contemplation, and in the essence of childhood. Nina chooses to work with candid shots and soft filtered natural light, using both 35mm and medium format cameras. She creates her own relationship with the children she photographs and the viewer reaps the benefit in a privileged view of the warmth of a child. Nina Leva is a graduate of the New School University in New York. She has studied photography at City College of San Francisco and College of Marin. Her photographs have appeared in the Mill Valley Record and in magazines and brochures in Marin County.