Lorna Maza primarily paints from life, from photographs or memories of an experience. For her, every subject she paints raises a call to a journey that doesn’t stop in the canvas. It all begun in the “Beautiful Islands of the Philippines.” #MeetTheArtist here!
#FilipinaArtist #KhristinaManansala quit her corporate job to follow her grandfather’s footsteps. Her #paintings are mostly centered on religious subjects. via Pinay.com – Written by Me – #JenniferBichara
A rage to master as observed in some precocious young artists may help define extreme visual creativity in spotting artistic brilliance in children. Among all child prodigies there is one particular trait that children share: passion about their interest – whether it is in painting, sports, math, science or even dance. Despite his young age,…
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!
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 an art workshop to help her get over the death of her husband. During her healing process, she prayed and was guided by her art mentors to join the “Kulay sa Tubig” watercolor invitational competition. She was…
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