Past Exhibits


CANADIAN ROCKIES | Manuel Baldemor

"I have always been fascinated by the magnificent visage of a snow-capped mountain. After all, I have devoted a good portion of my life in observing, digesting, depicting and painting ...
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IN FINE DETAILS | Jeff Dizon

The work of art you’re looking at is only 40% of what it actually is. It’s called the artistic residual. The major part of it is about the artist. Understanding ...
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EUROPEAN ODYSSEY | Manuel Baldemor

In his own words, This series is part of his personal collection and still holds a lingering attachment for them. They are more than just artworks created to be displayed …

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de MEXICO | Manuel Baldemor

Manuel Baldemor, an artist and also a global traveler returns from his adventures in the “ Land of Enchantment”. He brings home an array of beautiful artworks that captures his …

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PURITY IN MOTON | Puneeta Ranjan

There are elements of Purity in each of us. There are so much Purity in Nature. We clearly see Purity in animals. We feel and see Purity in Motion In ...
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LANGUAGE OF THE FLOWERS | Nilo Badajos

Language of Flowers (Noun) A set of symbolic meanings attached to different flowers when they are given or arranged. Flowers have known to give people a certain feeling all over …

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MELODY OF EMBROIDERY | Raul Patindol

Raul Patindol has always been fascinated with history and heirlooms. He would often catch himself wondering the heritage behind a particular antique and what it might have witnessed. “Heirlooms give ...
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GRACE TO A BOUNITFUL HARVEST | Nell Campos

The exhibit will feature the works of Nell Campos painting his grace for a beautiful and bountiful harvest celebrating it with creative use of colors. We are rich in agricultural ...
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CIRCUS RING | Monnar Baldemor

Monnar’s exhibition “Circus Ring” focuses on the quirks and madness in a daily life of a person living in the urban jungle.
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CARESS OF WATERCOLORS | Leonardo Reyes

Watercolor is a delightful but painstaking medium. There’s that quality of freshness, a certain exuberance even unlike oil, which seems so set in its historical tradition. Water is alive, animated, ...
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