Shelved Wishes

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Celebrating the wide variety of art style made by the #untrending yet skilled creatives of MNL 🌟
🐷 Fund our exhibit through postcard purchase:

http://rainesarmiento.com/Shelved-Wishes

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"A Tribute to Filipino Sweets"
Watercolor
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Final portfolio work by Lucille Tungol that we'll be sharing here. Up next, her piece for our postcard set which is coming out very soon! It's going to be a perfect holiday gift for those special ones in your ♥️s.
Portfolio work by @merilliza 🍃
Faster Than Falling - Digital
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We're so excited to see her piece for our postcard set!
Portfolio work by @harrymonzon 🐇
Monk Rabbit, Watercolor
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Next month, we'll be posting about our batch 2 artists' works for #ShelvedWishes postcard series 🌟 Stay tuned!
Hello Makati! Our 5-piece postcard sets are now also available at @prismgallery 🌟
Portfolio work by Lucille Tungol
"Sweet Ninay" - Coffee + Watercolor 💁
Another portfolio work by @sarahgeneblazo 🌿
To complete our lineup of artists for #ShelvedWishes batch 2, here's an intricate coffee and watercolor work called "Dream Weaver" by Lucille Tungol ☕️
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Lucille Tungol is a visual artist based in Laguna, Philippines. A graduate of TUP Fine Arts Manila 2010 and a former member of INK ( Ilustrador ng Kabataan.) Currently, She's enjoying her time as a watercolor painter, a craft maker, and a graphic artist. She loves to play with themes relating to food, florals, nostalgia, fantasy and anything native such as indigenous textiles.
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See more of her works on the web:
www.behance.net/lucille_tungol
www.facebook.com/LuchiARTcreations
Ending this not so pleasant week for the country with something beautiful 🌿

Words from the artist, Sarah Geneblazo:
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"My works are often narrative, a visual diary of my life. On my artwork series I associate my early version of me, when this thing happened and when I’m on this age. The time where I’m on state of jeopardy. It is an expedition of how I uncharted land is darkens by my traumatic past and the melancholy feeling of everything I feels in a certain place. The works shows the self-portrayal of my destination from misery towards the bliss of paradise. -
I usually take my subject in the place where I grow up, where I represent an imitation on what I experience in our own home in Rizal. In my painting I use nature which is visible in my home town. I call it my own analogical version of my experience, because most of my traumatic memory happened in Rizal.
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My working process is I go outdoor photo shoot, random shots in any place. I’ll use my younger sister as a model on this photo shoot, because where related and have similar to my body featured. I also let my sister wear something feminine. Ill edit the photo thru Photoshop and grid it. And then paint it on the canvas. Sometime when I paint, I don't copy exactly what on the photo study, I recreate some of the images."
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Sarah Geneblazo is a graduate student of UP College of Fine Arts, and a member of Neo Angono Artists Collective, her works narrates her personal experience as a sexual abuse victim; a therapeutic art process towards healing.
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More of her works are viewable on these accounts:
http://facebook.com/sgeneblazo
@sarahgeneblazo here and on twitter 🌟
@kevinroqueart is accepting pre-orders of his 25-piece postcard collection, Daydreams ☁️ Visit this link if you're interested in getting copies:
tinyurl.com/kevinroquepostcards

And you need to do it now because pre-orders closes tomorrow (September 15) ⚡️
Anointed With Stars - Digital
Portfolio work by Merilliza Chan / @merilliza 👩🏼‍🚀
Wishing everyone's safe and dry ⛈🌩🌧
Cotton Carabao, Watercolor
Portfolio work by @harrymonzon
Batch 1 artist, @borgdraws, will be on #MIBF this coming Sunday, Sept. 17, to sign copies of Janus Silang books 🌟 Hope you could drop by!