Friday, May 14, 2021

Louise Villanueva

This Batangueña Artist Paints Dreamlike Images of Pinoy Mythology

The Philippines is home to folktales, epics, myths, and legends that we love to pass down from generation to generation, enriching our culture and...

Filipino-Lebanese Painter Makes Alluring Art Inspired by His Roots

Cliché says “Home is where the heart is.” For Miguel “Mike” Kairuz, it’s true. Years brought him to different places that shaped him as...

Licensed Teacher Uses Coal, Taal Ash in Making Beautiful Artworks

There’s a notion that art is only for those who are financially capable, but Janina Sanico believes otherwise. This licensed teacher-turned-freelance artist has been...

Nurse-Turned-Artist Makes Beautiful Portraits Using Duct Tape

Some people have known from the get-go that they would become and make a living as artists. Kel Cruz considers himself as one of...

This Pinoy Painter Brings Life to Old Cardboards With Karton Art

For some artists, art is a co-construction with the audience. For Ricknibert Balingan, this co-construction leads to shared meanings. It’s also his way of...

Meet the Davaoeña Artist Who Celebrates Women Through Painting

It is said that the desire to create art, in a way, is the artist’s form of extending one’s self. Isang Ondon, who hails...

BJ Oronos Left Home for His Passion, He Now Creates Unique Caricature Art

Being an artist takes a lot of courage. For young ones, art entails stepping out of comfort zones, seeking mentors and ways that could...

Alla Belisario Uses Soil in Painting – and We Love Him for It!

The threats of climate change make us conscious of what we do every day. For artists, it’s an opportunity to stretch one’s artistry by...

Nice So Started Painting to Survive Lupus, Now She Paints to Celebrate Faith

People turn to art for different reasons. For some of us, it is a refuge from challenging situations and a guide for life-changing crossroads....

Art Bolinas: Why He Quit Corporate Life to Paint Images of God

Many of us have artistic talents that we put on hold to pursue "more lucrative" careers. But for Art Bolinas, his artistic calling seemed...

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