A rage to master as observed in some precocious young artists may help define extreme visual creativity in […]
Marilen Cunanan Buan creates complex detailed art with a pen and ink base. Fall in love with some of Marilen Buan’s beautiful puzzles of art at its finest.
Buhay Mendoza is a #FilipinoArtist who turns everyday people into whimsical figures. BUHAY’s #WhimsicalArt is a childlike glimpse into his over-active imagination. These creatures are endearing yet enigmatic, and the same time – odd, crisscrossing the threshold between fantasy and reality. #MeetTheArtist here!
#MerlitoGepte is a #FilipinoArtist and #Sculptor who molds and kneads the clay to form delicate pieces that never fails to capture the striking fragility to tell a story of the human condition in all its grandeur. Hope you enjoy this #artfeature the same way I did. #MeetTheArtist here!
The Beanie and Bren Show — Join best buddies, Beanie and Bren Bataclan, for weekly creative adventures of art, crafts, friendship and fun. http://www.beanieandbren.com
This article is an introduction to the artist where Connie Cabalar shares the story of her art journey, artistic voice and lastly, her inspiration to do more in art.
I recently made contact with Lorenzo E. Gabutina (pseudonym: Legabutina), a digital artist, based in Caloocan, Philippines for a feature article in my blog. His out-of-the-box artistic style of abstract images that is beautifully surreal and magically pleasing to the eyes. Take a moment to read his artist insight, and take a peek into the mind of this late bloomer.
“I have a very creative mind, and often the products of my creative mind manifest first in my dreams,” as quoted in INQUIRER.net.
Watercolor artist “Margarita Lim” was not a Fine Arts graduate; she was actually an accidental artist who attended […]
To be of great service to people, in assisting them to enhance their creativity and satisfy their appreciation for arts and promoting it as an expression of oneself, hobby, a source of income and a way of living. ~Ronnie Pascual
Award winning, internally driven, and emotionally charged, Edwin “Buboy” Dinapo’s original art executed mostly in abstract, human forms, landscape, portraits and still life—have been described as “evoking a feeling of peacefulness and serenity.”
Sam Penaso is one visionary Filipino artist of today—his talent cannot be contained in one medium, but seems to flow effortlessly into sculpting, visual, and as a performing artist. He is quite remarkable.
“I went to The Louvre Museum in Paris in the early 1980’s and I fell in love with impressionist painting. Since then, the rest is history.”
My sixth contribution for Aura Elite Magazine (United Kingdom) — Issue No. 6 “Angelo Antonio Maristela: Doha Qatar Based Filipino-Artist”
Marc John Israel is an aspiring Filipino artist known for using Crayola Crayon as medium. He is a freelance artist who does altered art for magic—“The Gathering Wizards of the Coast gaming cards.”
Mixed media art is frequently used to express political views or social statements but for contemporary artist Jun […]
There’s no denying it, surreal art dolls can have a macabre side. However, dolls of today represent mystical […]
Every artist painting style, color palette, intensity of strokes and expression echoes their inner consensus, cultural way of […]
Camille Dela Rosa is a contemporary artist born in 1982 in Santa Cruz, Manila. As a daughter of […]
“My art narrates the relationship between man and nature, his fragility and impermanence.”
Joel Chavez has a slightly different idea of Renaissance portraiture than the average artist. He has this contrasting […]
My fifth contribution – Aura Elite Magazineb Issue 5 (Julie Ann Cover) “Filipina Visual Artist Aze Ong and Her Crochet Installation Art.” Thank you Dee Sanchez, Chief Editor of Aura and thank you Aze Ong of Assemblage of Aze Ong. Love your work.
My latest article using Tondo Art—the world’s first fully-devoted art-centric social platform based in New York—”Sculpture of the New Century: Seb Chua’s Art”
Darrel Dan D. Lagasca’s paintings feature a multifarious layering of images and styles, symbolic of the multidimensional identity […]
Artist Clint Normandia
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Poem by Wilfredo Olamit
Filipino Artist Kevin Villar Cubinar – “I try to give people a different way of looking at their surroundings. That’s art to me.”
Avelina H. Ferrer’s is a Filipino-Canadian artist who is commonly known for his conceptual and experimental art.
AURA Magazine 4th Issue is out! My 4th contribution – Kenjay Reyes impressively creates detailed Doodles with his pen. Thank you Dee Sanchez.
Keshia Arnaiz Timbang, Filipino Artist * Specialty: Hyperrealistic Art, Realist Painter * Owner/Casual Jacket Studio * From: Obrero Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte, Zamboaga. Contact Information: 09063087644 * Work in Progress from Start to Finish
Boston based artist on a mission to spread kindness and share smiles through #art and serendipity. #artdrop #spreadsmiles #thesmilemovement #conductkindness
Name: Patrick D. Esmao Art Form: Visual Art Areas of Interest I started with painting, but right now […]
AURA Magazine 3rd Issue is out! My third contribution – Meet the Art Man – Filipino Artist Jerome Choco. (Pages 46-47)
Name of Artist: Alfredo Cacnio Siochi Art Form: Visual Artist He prefers to use 2 palette knife and […]
Artist Submission: Princess Cruz 19 • Filipina • Aspiring Hyperrealist http://twitter.com/prinsesacruz
Dandy Robosa is a Filipino artist whose heart is the diaspora of people and their adventures in life.
Name of artist: Jay Mar Valdoria Art Form: Visual Artist – Installation Art/Abstract/Digital Arts Art Biography: Jay Mar Valdoria was […]
Name of Artist: Guia Ty Art Form: Traditional Art – Watercolor Artist Biography: I’m Guia Ty, 28 years […]
My second print contribution for #AuraMagazine is here !!!! Thank you, Miguel Livelo and Dee Sanchez of Aura Magazine for […]
If you are planning a trip down Bonifacio Global City (BCG) make sure to watch these two talented […]
Jensen Moreno’s 2nd solo international painting exhibition is something special especially when it started from a small idea […]
ARTISTS GALORE The Trinity of Triumphs “The poem was written by a Filipino Poet “Wilfredo Zambrano Olamit“ and is […]
Francisco Segismundo is inspired by his multi-colored gamut of famous characters. He quips his subject with playful satirical genial works that give subliminal images. You will usually see an adage of platitude groupings of seemingly unrelated objects and visual allusions with a blast of dramatic elements splattered all over the canvas.
Gina Apostal exudes a strong personality through her artworks which mostly deal with femininity issues. Her style is […]
Marilyn “Tiya DK” Kirby’s art journey of becoming an artist is an unfamiliar one. Tiya started experimenting with […]
My very first print contribution for #AuraMagazine — a print magazine for #UK based #Filipinos. Thank you Arlene de ‘Adec’ […]
Wiljun “Jay” Magsino closes influence and inspiration is his father who dabbled in metal art craft as his […]