Thank youJeanine Phillips
To all of Dharbinders family and loved ones, my deepest sympathy at this time. I own one of his fine memories in oil, and in his talent he lives forever, immortalised by his sword, the brush.
DHARBINDER S. BAMRAHValerie Aune-Bamrah
To all of Dharbinder's many friends I am so sorry to share the news of his death, after a brief illness, on Dec. 29, 2007. Dharbinder lived life to the fullest. He brought sparkle to everyday..he accepted everyone he ever met as a friend. The world has lost a brilliant gifted artist and a kind and loving man. I am blessed to have shared his life as his wife for 5 yrs.5mo.&17days...everyday better than the day before.
Dharbinder web site and contact detailsKate MacKenzy
I knew Dharbinda in London in 1989, when we worked together in a hotel chain, he surprised me with a gift of one of his paintings a large elephant scene, with a penned letter of equal expression of our brief friendship. I introduced my sister to his work at one of his Cork st exhibitions. anyone with his contact details please, I would appreciate it. Thank you.
A wonderful, kind human being with great talent.
John Gurene (02/04/2005)
I meet Dhar about two years ago in Pensacola, Fl. We are so lucky to have him and Val in our community. Their art work is unbelievable! You must see it. The web can not even come close to the warmth, depth and texture you get when you see their work. If you ever get a chance to visit one of the many gallaries they display in or if your in Pensacola just stop by their 100 year old home and be prepared for an emotional eye treat.