“Siklab” at Robinsons Galleria until Aug. 31

The spark of an artist is so contagious that one look at a masterpiece can inspire a whole new generation of creatives. This is why it is important to recognize that there is an artist in every one of us that only needs to let that inner light shine through.

When the artist group Pilipinta came to be, it was started by independent artist Richelle Rivera. An entrepreneur who does impressionist and realist works, she created the group to help fellow artists to have a better platform to showcase their creativity.

With 10 members currently, the group is slowly making a name for itself with the artists participating in online and physical exhibits as well as competitions. 

Pilipinta artists pride themselves in creating impactful pieces that they hope will ignite the same fire in each person that sees them so that the passion to keep art alive continues. 

Thus, ARTablado’s ongoing show “Siklab” at Robinsons Galleria is exactly that where the Pilipinta artists’ recent works are currently on exhibit.

Rivera’s common subjects are landscapes, seascapes, architectural, florals, portraits and still life. She believes that engaging in the arts can help boost self-confidence, heal the soul, and give positivity and resilience.

Jed Borja, a nurse by profession, is a self-taught artist who paints about nature, animals, and Biblical scenes using different art styles including pop, abstract, contemporary, and modern. He wants to inspire people to know that life may not always be perfect but it is still worth living through God’s amazing grace.

Raphael Labuntog is a Filipino pop culture surrealist whose work is also a reflection of his life where balance is important. His works pay homage to his childhood as he grew up watching cartoons, reminding him of happy times.

Kring Dumalag is a contemporary artist from Quezon City who is fascinated by the beauty of nature and the uniqueness of an object. Her subjects are usually about women empowerment, landscape, found objects, flowers, and abstract.

Denzel San Jose likes to express his thoughts about anything that inspires him such as social perceptions, misconceptions, LGBT, with his works mainly featuring sharp contours on the face of his subjects.

“Siklab” by ARTablado is on exhibit until August 31 at the Level 3 of Robinsons Galleria. 

Robinsons Land’s ARTablado continues to support Filipino art by providing a second home for artists where they can showcase their creativity and artistic genius.

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