Glass artist Marge Organo finds new resolve to continue making art.
On his 16th year of painting abstractions, Fitz Herrera continues to chase happiness through play.
The father of Philippine Environmental Surrealism opens up the gates to his natural realm of wonder and mystery.
Enacted in the language of Impressionism, Expressionism, and the abstraction that go with them, Kenneth Montegrande’s works carry with them his compulsion and obsession to create figures in defiance of oppressive and meaningless void.
Marc Aran Reyes’ monochromatic paintings tell the story of stark opposites, not just in the palette, but in the psyche, and how these clash and eventually synthesize.
Sid Natividad paints water in hyperrealistic detail as a meditation on the persisting and ultimately fragile nature of life.
Dominic Rubio illustrates the timelessness of traditional Filipino culture through his art. By Mara Fabella Dominic Rubio is a man with a taste for the past. As an artist, he recreates the elegant culture of the traditional Filipino way of life. His paintings and sculptures depict the Filipinos of Old Manila—men donning the stately barong…
Michael Cacnio collaborates with master artists and provides a new context to their respective works. By Ren Aguila
From the City of Pines, Benjie Mallari reclaims and retells his youth in the City of Sunsets through illustration-inspired paintings. By Paolo Vergara.
Mirror in the Sky (2020); 48×60 in; oil and gold leaf on canvas Evoking light and graceful movement, Katrina Cuenca’s works tap into our poetic imagination. By Gwen Bautista; Photos by Xander Angeles; Make-up by Bettina Lim Inside the bustling and busy streets of the New Manila district, a high-rise condominium complex sits quietly on…