Collection by Jacque Santos-Bay

Jacque Santos-Bay
Bahay Kubo illustrated by Hermes Alegre "Bahay Kubo" is a folk song that practically enumerates the plants that are grown around the pre-spanish Philippine house made of combinations of bamboo and cogon grass. Philippine Houses, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Old Folk Songs, Bahay Kubo, Philippines Culture, Short Stories For Kids, Tagalog


Filipino • All ages • 8 x 10.125 • 16 pages each • Illustrated in full color • ISBN: 971-630-008-5

Hermes Alegre paints the Filipina Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Simple Acrylic Paintings, Beauty Art, New Artists, Love Art, Contemporary Artists, Character Art, Philippines

Hermes Alegre paints the Filipina

Multi-awarded artist Hermes Alegre is renowned for his women – on canvass that is. His paintings are mostly beautiful dusky women depicted in a fantasy of foliage. Alegre’s women are prized and avi…

Hermes Alegre's  Lake Nymph Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Drawing Sketches, Drawings, Water Nymphs, Merfolk, Ap Art, Artist Gallery, Pinoy


Garden of Passion Marcel Antonio Marcel, Artworks, Passion, Artists, Painting, Image, Paint, Draw, Art

Blue Funk'd Silent Stories: The Expanding Art of Marcel Antonio

Face Value I FIRST saw it in a Marcel Antonio work in 1999, a Chagallian red painting titled Garden of Desire portraying a female figure in the center being subtly surprised by a kiss from a vague other female figure. Chagallian composition would stay with Antonio to the present, either as a means of liquefying a color composition when things become so Picassoesque-ly rigid or to confuse gravity when gravity gets in the way of proper visual “storytelling”. Early Picasso, who in turn was…

Kirsty Mitchell Photography is raising funds for The Wonderland Book on Kickstarter! The highly anticipated photo book of the award-winning 'Wonderland' series, by British fine art photographer Kirsty Mitchell. Art Photography Portrait, Modern Photography, Portraits, Kirsty Mitchell Wonderland, Image Collage, Surreal Photos, Photographs, Colossal Art, Forest Art

The deeply personal diaries of British fine art photographer Kirsty Mitchell

The personal diaries of British fine art photographer Kirsty Mitchell, give an in depth view of the creation of her elaborate shoots, costumes and props.