Lorenzo E. Gabutina: The Late Blooming Filipino Visual Artist

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.  I was immediately drawn to his work.

Lorenzo E. Gabutina has more than 30 years of professional experience in advertising and marketing management. He learned and sharpened his marketing skills in a multinational company environment with a 15-year stint in Kodak Philippines, as the company’s marketing communications manager. Lorenz’s first and most passionate love is advertising where he had been a copywriter and account executive for many years before assuming senior management positions. He has been involved in all key aspects of the advertising business, from creative to media, production, research and marketing planning.

According to Legabutina, he sees teaching as the culmination of his advertising career where he could share with advertising students the many insights and learning’s he had gained from his long years of working in the ad industry. He is currently, an advertising lecturer at St. Scholastica’s College. 

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Photos by http://supermantastic.tumblr.com/ (Via Katipunan Weekend Market FB Page)

Legabutina is a regular artist-seller of the monthly Future Market @ Escolta an event organized by 98b in its effort to help revitalized old Manila. He was also invited at the Katipunan Weekend Market last weekend of October. They feature a tightly curated selection of jewelry, handmade items, clothes, arts & crafts, vintage finds, delicious food & live music. If you are in the Escolta area on November 14, go checkout the Future Market. There are no specific dates scheduled for the November and December Katipunan Weekend Market but from time to time, please do check their Facebook page for exact dates.

His first artist solo art show, “The Accidental Artist” was held earlier this year at the Sigwada Art Gallery in San Andres Bukid.

Take a moment to read his artist insight, and take a peek into the mind of this late bloomer.

On his art journey:

My art journey began 5 years ago when I retired from advertising work at age of 60. I didn’t know then that I could make a good art. With so much time on my hands, I started doodling on the computer and posted my works on Facebook. My friends liked it! And that is what started this art journey…..I’m a late bloomer.

Early this year my eyes got so bad that I had an operation. “Wala akong makita sa computer,” I could not see the computer screen. So I started making hand drawn sketches. “Aba, pwede pala akong mag drawing with my hands!” (He said: Wow,  I could draw with my hands). When I started posting them on Facebook, my friends liked it. It was a big revelation for me, to learn that I could really draw with my hands. I have always been used to doing things through the computer. I had my eye operation last April this year and my eyes now are as good as brand new. But I continue to sketch with my hands till today, aside from my digital work.

On his art:

There is nothing profound or philosophical about my art. At least, that’s what I think so. Others will disagree, of course. The thing is, the narrative in my art comes after the work is finished, not before – which art critics will scoff at. There has to be a clear intent or purpose behind what you do, they will say.

My focus is on design, not the story. I want my art to be visually provocative, nothing more. If it touches your five senses and if it resonates with you; then, I am happy. I don’t want my art to be ‘understood’ nor ‘rationalized.’ It’s the least of my intentions. The purpose of my art is to entertain. “Mababaw ba?” (Am I shallow?)

On his art style and influences:

Artists that have had the most impact in me are Dali, Picasso, Boticelli, Miro, Klee, O-keefe, and may others whose names I can’t remember now. I don’t know if their style has influenced my art, maybe subconsciously, yes. I am drawn towards art that have geometric, pop, grotesque, surreal elements.

My art is a mélange of styles. I sometimes wonder if I have a unique style but it’s not a big thing for me. I don’t want to be boxed into a certain style anyway. I want it spontaneous, impromptu and sincere which reflects who I am as a person. What you see is what you get, “kun baga.” (rather)

On being a self-taught artist:

Being a self-taught artist, I pretty much do what I want to do. Not bound by any norm or convention other than good basic aesthetic sense. I don’t put on my thinking that when I work. It’s purely instinctive. I just let things flow. I trust my creative instincts.

On validation:

Every artist needs validation. The feeling that he is doing something right; I get a high when I fellow artist like my work. “Gawa na araw ko pag may isang mabigat na artist na nag like sa work ko,” my day is fulfilled when a big time artist admires his artworks.

The future of his art:

Where do I go from here? I will keep on marking art as long as my five senses are intact. I am happy that art came last in my checkered life. To me, it’s a gift, a blessing from God. I am not a super religious person but much of who I am today and the kind of art I make, I attribute to God. “Nag- iba ang pananaw ko sa buhay,” my life’s vision changed when I rediscovered God.

***A Selection of Legabutina’s Art Masterpieces***

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Illustrations

Digital Collage Abstract Art

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Dr. Elden Lumaniog: The Colors of His Life

Every artist painting style, color palette, intensity of strokes and expression echoes their inner consensus, cultural way of thinking and individuality of expression. Color has a subtle effect on us even though we may not be aware of it. Every day we are faced with our emotions, moods, mental insights and even physical perceptions are of course shaped by the colors that surround us. As all artists, they use color very deliberately to make you feel a certain way—to stimulate your mood or to create a message or give a sharp response in the viewer.  The colors we surround ourselves with directly influence the way we feel and relax.

Dr. Elden Lumaniog specializes not only in the art of medicine, but also has a firm hand in the arena of real artistic talents. In Dr. Lumaniog’s artistic expression, it is intrinsically a process of sharing emotions to enchant the viewer. His art advocates discovery, study, documentation & preservation of our rich cultural heritage as presented in his “Tribal Women art series.”

As for the “Tres Maria’s metaphoric series connotes about the human figure at play putting the anatomical knowledge of the artist’s own scaffolding & understanding of dimensional forms using primary colors. His silent desire is to put all these inspirations in canvas proudly depicting womanhood as an exponent of power, beauty and grace.

Apart from a specialty of Infectious Diseases including Men’s Health in Genito-Urinary Medicine, Dr. Lumaniog is also active in the visual arts scene.  He has participated in art group exhibitions and also received arts training and memberships at Philippines Women University, School of Fine Arts, Bankok Arts and Cultural Center and Malaysian Contemporary Art Show.

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“Palay Maiden 1940” His first Amorsolo painting in oil 3×4 ft exhibited in 2012 at Amorsolo Gallery in Makati

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“Ballerina in Repose” 16 x 23 Oil pastel on canson paper

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TRIBAL WOMEN of the PHILIPPINES Art Series 2014 “AGTA” Mother & Child of Mt. Iriga. Medium: Chalk pastel blended with 70% isopropyl alcohol – oil pastel then finally brushed with acrylic after resting 2-3 days. *In private collection of Mr & Mrs Lito Batuto of Bulacan.

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“Negrita of the Mountain” (Benguet Province) Harvest painting-mixed media acrylic/oil pastel on canvas board 3×4ft

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“The family that prays together, stays together” 3x4ft, oil on canvas Artist Statement: “Hanged in my hometown residence in Bicol, made for my family in honor of the most Sacred Heart of Jesus where we celebrate the feast and enthronement renewal every 3rd of June. Rev Fr. Jun Besenio blessed the painting image in 2012.”

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FOLK ART PAINTING “Tivoli Lady with Ukelele” (South Cotabato ) 30 x 40 “, acrylic/ oil pastel on handmade paper Artist Statement: “Advocates discovery, study, documentation & preservation of our rich cultural heritage, thus these tribal women art is presented.”

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“Tres Marias Series 2015” Artist Statement: “A mellow-dramatic play on skin tone, anatomically grossed but pushing visually energetic “Tres Marias” caught in poses over familiar and contemporary dimension.”

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“Tres Marias Series 2015” Artist Statement: “Post rough sketch/study. The jar shapes “I think” added an elegant accent serving as time capsule to the art trend era be it contemporary or modernism. Still on my “Tres Marias mesomorphic series”, coming up for my 3rd solo exhibit come November.”

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“Tres Marias Series 2015” Artist Statement: “Since classical times artists have used system of proportion known as the “Golden Mean” (fine arts history) and comes modern times, the human figure is at “play” putting the anatomical knowledge of the artist’s own scaffolding & understanding of dimensional forms. My “Tres Marias” Series is packed into sophisticated human proportion. Folks & friends, my post sketched painted in primary colours.”

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“E X U V I A E”

Beyond the waves and the wind,
full moon rising in tranquil
gentleness of heavens brood oe’r the sea.
Spiral way nature moves, bruised not gentle at times.
Live in harmony, undress worries in dim.
Outstretch arm; listen to the music of the sea; perfect that no one could sing.
Grab life so free for there is always
An island in the sea.

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Dr. Elden Lumaniog – Flower Series

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Dr. Elden Lumaniog – Flower Series

Dr. Elden Lumaniog –Flower Series

Dr. Elden Lumaniog – Flower Series

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Joel Chavez, Contemporary Realist Filipino Painter

Joel Chavez has a slightly different idea of Renaissance portraiture than the average artist. He has this contrasting idea of what a contemporary portraiture art making should be. This artist whose first solo exhibition was recently exhibited at the Art Underground Gallery in Mandaluyong City called “Redeeming the Rebirth,” who paints wonderful portraits in Renaissance style, but with eye-catching modern and contemporary touches.

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His artworks are an astonishing symbolic realism and for all the seeming influences of Renaissance Masters—Caravaggio and the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer; both who belong to a Revival Period of light and shadow are also strong influences to the art of modern Filipino artist, Joel Chavez.

These paintings make us think about what the Renaissance masters would think if they could see the world today. Chavez’s cultivates a mature stroke of art form that only a great master can achieve. His art has depth and self-control in which each painting has strong kinship to the artist of the Enlightenment period, thinkers who embodied its ideas.

“Symmetry of Glamour,” denotes the detachment between outward appearances and inward splendor while as for “Eyes are Windows to the Soul,” Chavez puts a diamond across the eyes of the woman to portray the beauty within.

“Solemnity of an Aristocrat” has a red dot painted on the nose of a well-dressed turbaned man signifies a paragon of wealth to aristocrats is as important as a sentient.

The choice of his copiousness of characters combined with the sublime techniques marks the 24-year-old artist as a painter to watch for. Chavez is a product of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) who hales from Sana Mesa, Philippines.

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“Playful Charm”
oil on canvas
48 x 36 inches
2015
*His version of Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with the Pearl Earring” from his solo exhibition entitled “Redeeming the Rebirth” @ Art Underground

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“She wants to play a game”
oil on canvas
48 x 36″
2015
*His version of Da Vinci’s Lady with an Ermine from his solo exhibition entitled “Redeeming the Rebirth @ Art Underground Gallery

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“Mona Chrome”
oil on canvas
48 x 24 inches
2014 @ Boston Gallery

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His version of Grant Wood’s painting ” American Gothic”
oil on canvas
48 x 36 inches
2015 @ Art Underground Gallery

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“Quest for Wisdom” Artwork by Joel Chavez (Part of his exhibit, Redeeming the Rebirth)

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Achievements:

  • Grand Prize — First Avida 3D Street Painting Competition 2011 (group)
  • 2nd  Place — 2nd Avida 3D Street Painting Competition 2012  (group)
  • Grand Prize — Magnolia Tumbler Design Making Competition 2010
  • Hon. Mention — Maningning Miclat Painting Competition 2011
  • Finalist Golden Season Painting Competition 2011
  • 2nd Place — Rotary On the Spot Painting Competition 2012

Exhibitions: Group Show

  • Blue Series — (2012) Big and Small Art Gallery, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Independence Day — (2012) Big and Small Art Gallery, Vietnam
  • Self Portrait — (2012) Big and Small Art Gallery, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Child — (2012) Art Center, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Pain and Pleasure — (2012) Big and Small Art Gallery, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Bonifacio — (2013) Yuchengco Museum
  • Mother and Child — (2013) Big and Small Art Gallery, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Child — (2013) Art Center, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Affordable Art — (2014) SM Aura
  • Art in the Park — (2014) Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Ave Figuras — (2014) Art Center, 4th floor, SM Megamall
  • Group Show — (2014) Boston Gallery

CONTACT

To buy his art or inquiries for commission work, feel free to contact the artist at chavezjoel569@yahoo.com, contact no. 09051039367 and in Facebook, Art of Joel Chavez.

Article Source: Symbolic Realism of Joel Chavez

Art provided by the Artist: Joel Chavez.

P-Noise 2015: Darrel Dan D. Lagasca—Filipino Visual Artist

Darrel Dan D. Lagasca’s paintings feature a multifarious layering of images and styles, symbolic of the multidimensional identity of our Filipino heritage. Darrel’s work exemplifies this intricacy through the connection between the East and West, the highs and lows of cultural perception, the old and young, the past and present.

Diverse and eclectic, his art challenges the viewer to consider current ideas and rethink the familiar. He gives voice to the varied and changing cultural landscape of identity, values, and beliefs of what is old and new. He explores ideas, concepts, questions, and practices that examine the past, describe the present, and imagine the future.

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Click the Image link to the P-Noise Website – “SAVE THE DATE 25-30 AUGUST, COPENHAGEN.”

His vigor to create exceptional works which combines traditional roots and contemporary art caught the eye of P-Noise organizers in Dansehallerne, Copenhagen. For one day on August 29, he will take part as one of the visual artist at the Gallery Visual Arts Program. P-Noise Festival 2015 is an arts & culture festival that promotes the innovative artists and creative scene coming from the Philippines.

Darrel Lagasca is a versatile artist who hails from Sto. Nino Meycauayan Bulacan, Philippines. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts major in Advertising at the University of the East Caloocan. And too pursue his passion in music, he also received another Bachelor’s degree in Music major in violin at the University of the Philippines in Diliman last 2010.

In 2008, his documentary “Beneath the Howling Cold White Stone“, a documentary was given the Gawad CCP for film and video award.

Among his selected group shows are:

  • Brussels Belgium (2005)
  • Korea Philippines (2006)
  • 2nd. Backdoor Ventures Music and Art Festival (2006)
  • Seoul Korea International Art Festival Exhibit (2007) 
  • Philadelphia – The International Faerie Convention (2008)
  • Art at Congress an Exhibit of Masters and Contemporary Masters (2011)
  • Singapore Affordable Artfair (2012)
  • Benefit Art Auction,  P-Noise Copenhagen Denmark (2014)
  • Asia Contemporary Art Show Hongkong (2015)
  • P-Noise Festival (2015)

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Artist: DARREL LAGASCA
TITLE: The truth behind your fantasies
MEDIUM: Oil on Canvas
2015

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Artist: DARREL LAGASCA
TITLE: Perfect Yearn in the Open Air
MEDIUM: Oil on Canvas
SIZE: 4ft x 3ft
2014

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Artist: DARREL LAGASCA
TITLE: Inherited Emotions
MEDIUM: Oil on Canvass
SIZE: 4ft x 4ft (Shaped Canvass)
2013

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Artist: DARREL LAGASCA
TITLE: DanseMacabre
MEDIUM: Oil on Canvass
SIZE: 3ft x 3ft ; 1.5ft x 1.5ft
2013

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Image Courtesy by the Artist: Darrel Dan D. Lagasca

Filipino Visual Artist – Jay Mar Valdoria of Lopez, Quezon

  • Name of artist: Jay Mar Valdoria

  • Art Form: Visual Artist – Installation Art/Abstract/Digital Arts

  • Art Biography: 

    Jay Mar Valdoria was born at Lopez, Quezon who started to draw at a very young age—he drew distinctive lines, shapes, and coloring figurative forms. His course of choice was B.S. Fine Arts student at Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation where he learned conventional art techniques along with color theory.

    As he progressed to being an artist, he started to realize the emptiness and boorishness of traditional art so he came up with his own style embedded from memories and everyday life experiences.

  • You can contact the artist here:

Facebook.com/jmarvaldoria
Twitter.com/jmarvaldoria
Instagram/ @jaymarvaldoria
jmarvaldoria.tumblr.com
jmarvaldoria@gmail.com

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Me Amore 18×14 inc. Mix Media on Paper 2011

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Caloy 12×12 inc. Mix Media Canvas 2013

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Molestia 18×14 inc. Mix Media on Paper 2011

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Pilipinas kung Mahal 16×13 inchs Mix Media on Canvas 2012

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Please do Hug me (digital art) 2014

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In your Eyes (digital art) 2014

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Fascist skull An art collaboration with guni guri collective.. #art

The Artist

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The artist at the Guni Guri Collectives Arts Space