Sardul Gill

Sardul Gill was born in rural India.  As a teenager he moved to Nairobi, Kenya before going to the UK in the 1960s, where he has lived ever since. Initially he obtained his art and teaching diplomas, then taught in a school and lectured in a college. While teaching full time he obtained his MA degree in Fine Art.  Right through his life he has exhibited his work in various cities and venues as shown below.

Education
1963-1967:  Diploma in Art and Design
1968-1969:   Diploma in Art Education
1983-1985:  MA Fine Art

Professional Experience
1973-2001:  Lecturer in Art & Design, South Nottingham College 
1970-1973:  Art teacher, Rushcliffe Comprehensive School

Awards
2012:  Winner of New Art Exchange Award at the Nottingham Castle Open

Exhibitions (selected)
2018:  “See Here” at Auction House, Nottingham
2017:  Impossible Views at British Geological Survey, Keyworth
2016:  Breaking Boundaries at Harrington Studios, Long Eaton
2012:  Nottingham Castle Open
2005:  Recycled Conceptions, New Art Exchange, Nottingham
2005:  Summer Exhibition, Djanogly Gallery, University of Nottingham
2004:  Influences, New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester
2004:  Open 15, City Arts, Leicester
2002:  Lady Bay Studio Open, Nottingham
1998:  Cultural Connections, Touring Exhibition, Libraries of Nottinghamshire
1987:  Elements within, Nottingham Trent Polytechnic
1985:  Contemporary Art work by three local artists, Commonwealth Institute, London
1985:  Art work by three local artists, Central Library, Nottingham