Mideo Cruz is an active cross-disciplinary artist-organizer based in Southeast Asia. His works shows strong allegorical images of the social order. In 2011 he became controversial when his installation “Poleteismo” in Cultural Center of the Philippines was strongly objected by the Catholic Church which ended up in exorcism rituals and a Senate hearing. Among his merits is the 2003 Cultural Center of the Philippines Thirteen Artists Award, the 2003 Sungduan Grant and the 2006 Ateneo Art Award.
(LUIS E. YEE, JR.)
Junyee (Luis E. Yee, Jr.) is pioneer of site specific art in the Philippines. His early works incorporated found objects and natural materials. He participated in numerous international exhibitions including the 16th Asian International Exhibition in Guangdong Museum of Art China in 2001, the 7th Havana Biennale in Cuba in 2000, and the First Asia Pacific Triennale in Brisbane Australia in 1993.
Born in 1974 in Metro Manila, Clairelynn Uy is a painter who studied Fine Arts at the Philippine Women’s University from 1991 to 1995. She is a member of Anting-anting, a Cavite-based art group founded in the 90’s. She has won numerous awards including the Diwa ng Sining National Art Award. She had her first solo show in 2006 and since then exhibited in various venues both locally and internationally. Her works are mostly visual commentaries on pop culture.
MANILITO T. MONDEJAR
A Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Sculpture graduate from the University of the Philippines-Diliman, with the national artist and pioneer of modern sculpture, Napoleon Abueva as one of his mentors. Another influential figure in Mondejar’s career as a sculptor is the late Anastacio Caedo. Lito worked as his assistant scupltor for one and a half years. From the Maestro, he learned artistic discipline and systematic working habit. Through Caedo, Lito was also exposed to cold casting in bronze and bonded marble, the application of which is very evident in his works. Lito was an active student leader in college, even becoming the first chairman of the college student council upon its revival in 1982. He was also an officer of a university based art organization, Lingkod-sining, the main objective of which was “to bring down the pedestal of art to the masses”, a very ambitious and idealistic goal but one which sparked in Lito a very strong sense of nationalism. After college, the nationalist in Lito became more manifest. He joined art groups with nationalist orientation and eventually got involved in various cause oriented institutions.He designed and supervised the collective productions of effigies which highlighted the culmination of protest actions during the hey-day of the Marcos regime. As a founding member and one time over-all coordinator of the Artista ng Bayan, he helped develop syllabus, curriculum and pedagogical aide for visual art workshops and helped organize visual art groups in various colleges in major cities in the country.
A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Music Education at Philippine Normal College. He’s been performing for the past 36 years. Balingit is a multi-disciplinary artist who mastered ekstatik guitar. An invention that cross over impressionism in music. Accomplished visual artist with series of shows of solo exhibits; conceptual in nature. Did 7 exhibits with 7 albums launched in a single year. Group exhibit shows that includes most prominent artist of the country. A story teller for the upcoming original audio manuscript of the novel “Ang Paglalakbay ni Juan Isip”. Scored music for a couple of award winning documentary and movie films. A stage actor and performance artist.
Lirio Salvador is an alchemist of object and sound. Also the founder of the band Elemento, the artist is dedicated to producing/re-producing experimental sound compositions. Elemento makes use of his sculptural assemblages and homemade synthesizers. Unlike many haphazard others shoe techniques match his, he is the rare few who can ever achieve a refined finish. Salvador’s sculptural assemblages combine visual and sound form.
He graduated from TUP-Manila, Bachelor of Fine Arts.
LESLIE DE CHAVEZ
Manila-born Filipino artist Leslie de Chavez is a young artist who cautiously deals with sensitive topics like cultural imperialism, colonial history, contemporary life, politics and religion in his country. He contemplates deeply about the significant function, influence and directivity of art in the society. Recognized for his distinguished talent and sensibility in painting, de Chavez casts bitter metaphors on the society he lives in, suggesting a response to realities through reconstruction and reinvention of narratives, issues, icons and symbols of the times. His value system about society and art is firm and clear. He invites introspection on reality through works that reflect hard work, passion, and a stand. Leslie de Chavez has held several solo exhibitions in the Philippines, China, Korea and Switzerland. He has also participated in several notable exhibitions and art festivals which include the 3rd Asian Art Biennale in Taiwan 2011, 3rd Nanjing Triennial in China 2008, First Pocheon Asia Biennale in South Korea 2007. He is the director of the artist-run initiative Project Space Pilipinas and is exclusively represented by Arario Gallery since 2006.
Ea Torrado has essayed principal and soloist roles in famous classical and contemporary full-length ballets, had toured extensively in the Philippines and abroad (USA, Russia, Europe, Scotland, Cambodia, Japan) withBallet Manila, Ballet Philippines and Dance Theatre of Tennessee and has worked with prestigious national and foreign dance teachers, mentors and choreographers. She has been a guest artist for Contemporary Dance Map Philippines, Dance Forum, Airdance, E-dance Theatre and Steps Dance Project. In February 2013, Ea danced the title role in Daragang Magayon: Ang Istorya ni Mayon, an Albay Government and E-dance Theatre Company production at The Cultural Center of The Philippines’ Main Theater. Ea is the Founder and Artistic Director of Daloy Dance Company. In July 2014, she became the recipient ofAlvin Erasga Tolentino Koreograpiya Award. A member World Dance Alliance- Philippines, Ea participated in The South East Asia ChoreoLab in Malaysia, M1 Contemporary Dance Festival 2014 in Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City International Dance Festival 2014, in Vietnam, Asia Impro Festival 2015 in Malaysia and Radical Contact 2016 in Sweden.
Having been interested in social work since her high school days, Alma Quinto has volunteered to work with different marginalized communities through various student organizations. At the University of the Philippines in Diliman, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philippine Studies majoring in sociology, anthropology, and psychology. She later did undergraduate courses in teaching and studio arts and then master’s courses in art studies majoring in art history. After college, she worked as a community worker at an NGO engaged in overseas foster care placement services for poor Filipino children. She also got involved with the Philippine Art Educators Association (PAEA) and organized culture-based art workshops for children. She also got involved with the Philippine Art Educators Association (PAEA) and organized culture-based art workshops for children and teachers in various communities and cultural institutions. Her art practice became more socially engaged and continues to seek creative partnership and collaboration with various disaster-affected communties through her House of Comfort Art Project and her work with the Artists for Crisis Program of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and other NGOs. Ideologically and in praxis, she supports UNESCO’s idea of encouraging people and changing their attitudes through social artistry.
b. February 1965
Alicdan is a full time visual artist. He studied Fine Arts at PWU Institute of Fine Arts (Major in Painting). He held solo and group art exhibitions since 1992 in Manila and around Asia. He is a recipient of 5th General Emilio Aguinaldo Outstanding Achievement Award for Visual Arts (2007), Gawad Pagpapahalaga sa mga Natatanging Mamamayan ng Dasmariñas sa Larangan ng Sining-Biswal (2005), and represented the Philippines in 2003 RENGA (Linked-Image) Project, Workshop and Exhibition at National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
He is also a founding member of Anting-anting Group of Artist.
Balingit is a visual artist. She graduated from Technological University of the Philippines, Bachelor of Fine Arts (Advertising). She’s been part of the following exhibitions: Sequels (2014, Art Verite Gallery), Alay (2013, Boston Art Gallery), at Catch 22 (2013, Metro Gallery Anniversary- Ayala Museum).
Dr. Johannes Dayrit is a consultant on dermatology and an associate professor at the De La Salle University Medical Center. He studied dermatology at the St.Johns Institute of Dermatology, St. Thomas Hospital, London, UK and worked at the National Skin Centre in Singapore. The accomplished doctor is also an artist and photographer, producing figurative paintings and intimate depictions of nature.
Is a product of the Technical University Philippines, Fine Arts program. He has participated in various group shows including Art Fair Philippines 2016 with Boston Art Gallery. Señeres’ artworks are distinguished by his monochromatic photo realistic renditions of landscapes made with oil on canvas.
Señeres recent work was included in “It,” a group exhibition showcased at Art Underground. In this group show the works probed the viewer to draw personal opinions on the relationship between an object and its owner, such as a tool shed to a mechanic, or a type of clothing to determine the job or status of a person.
In Ciron Señeres’ series, viewers can deduce the present state of Metro Manila’s urban communities and its inhabitants from still-life captures of common objects. Señeres’ works were based on his photographs of random places in Manila. His titles correspond to each street he took a photo of.
MARY ANN SALVADOR
Mary Ann Salvador is a librarian art educator. She studied arts at the Philippine Normal University under the wing of well known artists like Fernando Sena, Sid Hildawa, Noel Cuizon, Brenda Fajardo, Leonardo Aguinaldo and Raul Isidro of Printmakers Association of the Philippines. In 1999, she was chosen to represent the country to the ASEAN Youth Camp for the study of Cultural Heritage in Thailand.Salvador has long been dedicated to initiating social change through the arts.
Born of a Filipina mother and an Indian father, he was raised in Manila where he received a Catholic education from preschool to college. He studied Architecture at the College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA) in University of Santo Tomas. His works constitute pure feelings that are harmonious or sometimes conflicting- very much like the calmness of the sea and then its rage in a storm- sophistication and tranquility, with recklessness and pure abandon. It mirrors the images that I concoct inside his mind when I paint, boundless and endless. In 2009, his art had taken its turn when he met sculptor Ronald Castrillo, who have mentored him in brass sculpture. That has been the pivotal moment when he realized that his true calling is in the creative process of 3-dimensional works rather than 2.
A graduate of Fine Arts, from Far Eastern University, Bokeng Ancanan has won several art competitions including, Shell, Metrobank and GSIS. He was a Juror’s choice awardee of the Art Associations of the Philippines competition. Based in Amadeo, Cavite, he was an art instructor of several schools in the province. He served as an officer in Amadeo Tourism’s office, general manager at Balite falls resort and a barangay official for 9 years. Though he is a member of numerous artists groups and has joined innumerable group exhibits, his first one-man show “Networks and Internets” was a definitive display of his artistry.
“We’d say Ancanan is among our many undermined artists, relatively unknown but certainly superior to a few over hyped ones with facile techniques and simplistic ideas.” – Constantino C. Tejero
CRISANTA TAMAYO ANCANAN
Crisanta Tamayo-Ancanan is a visual artist and an alumni of Far Eastern University-Manila, Bachelor of Fine Arts 1992. She held her first solo exhibition at GSIS Museo ng Sining. And participated in several group art exhibitions such as Australia-Philippines Art Exchange and Correspondence (1994).
She is known for exploring the potential of metals. Her works grapple with the fluidity and spontaneity of materials, such as one sculpture with indigenous banig and nuts and bolts that was shown in the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art in Australia. She considers her time with her father and his machine shop in Valenzuela as her most important training.
Graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of the Philippines, College of Fine Arts (UPCFA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting in 2013. She has been actively participating in group shows since 2005, and has dedicated herself to being a full-time artist since being conferred a degree by her alma mater, consistently holding a solo exhibition every year from then onwards. Alee devotes much of her time inside the studio in Cavite to build up on her body of work that is primarily comprised of paintings. Characteristic of her pieces is the amalgamation of feminine figuration, chromatic non-objective abstraction, architectural structures, and a distinct gestural typeface, to express existential ruminations on the formation and/or dissolution of the self through relationships, memory, and places.
He came from Dasmarinas, Cavite and studied art from a very young age. He won from different local and international art competitions. He graduated from Technological University of the Philippines, Architectural Drafting. Currently, he is a self-taught sculptor. His works can be found in public spaces in Cavite.
Jara graduated from Technological University of the Philippines (TUP) Fine Arts, Major in Advertising. He won in different art competitions. He’s been part of the following group art exhibitions: One Man Show *“Children’s Playground” 2nd Solo Exhibition (CCP, 2008), One Man Show *“Angel in the Dark” 1st Solo Exhibition – (Travel Exhibit White Box Studio, 2007), One Man Show *“Angel in the Dark” 1st Solo Exhibition (Big and Small Art Co., 2007), 4-MAN Show *”EDEN DESIRE” (ARTCENTER, 2007), 2 MAN Show * “ADMONITION” (Big & Small Art Gallery, 2006) , at 2 Man Show * “UNDERGROUND FLOOR” By: Ryan Jara & Ryan Rubio (Bluroom Gallery, 2005).
Fine Arts major in Painting at the University of Santo Tomas. He is a Metrobank Foundation National Young Painters Competition Awardee. He gives a feeling of extra-ordinariness in the ordinary daily life. It also brings to mind man’s innate way to survive to relieve his boredom in so many ways. Although it tells hope of escape of these things, there is still no automatic heaven, no quick fixes. Borsoto rethinks notions of daily life as quotidian, random, and tedious. For him, it is magical and transformative. His vignettes of the everyday flesh out the almost indiscernible, but nonetheless substantial, miracles that leaven the humble acts of cooking or keeping house, of acting on the capacities and frailties of being human. Borsoto demystifies the supernatural veneer of the anting-anting and thinks about it as part and parcel of waking life.
Sarno is a poet, musician, visual artist, rower, and mountaineer. Currently, she is finishing her MA thesis in Araling Pilipino at the University of the Philippines- Diliman. She believes that artists are part of society and art making is revolutionary.
Bam Garibay is a 24-year old artist with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Ateneo de Manila Univeristy. His works reflect his interest in the intense visual culture prevalent in todayâ€™s borderless and globalized world and draw stylistic inspiration from video games, films, graphic novels, and literary classics. He was part of the group exhibits: Bloodlines (2016), Kaida at Ten (2015) and Righteous Right Choice(2010).
He graduated from Cumputer Science. He is a member of Plipinas Street Plan and CVTY Collective. He had his solo exhibitions: Kamundo (2016), Kamayop (2015), and PuBlic (2014). He’s been part of different group art exhibitions since 2010 up to the present.
Narvaez is an artist and poet. His fondness for photography led him to explore different art mediums. He learned art making at Espasyo Siningdikato, where he held his first solo exhibition.
Hermisanto is a multimedia artist known for experimental works since the 70’s, studied at the College of Fine Arts, University of the Philippines from 1967 to 1974. He held his first major one man show at Alliance Francaise de Manille entitled “Sinlikan Ni Hermisanto.”
Kigao is a sculptor and installation artist. He also paints, plays the guitar, and is an advocate of activated charcoal.
Jessy Malaquilla has more than 20 years of extensive experience as art director, computer graphic artist, photographer, video editor and caricaturist. His artworks are often presented in fashions that are chatty, stimulating and clear using a variety of materials and methods. He has participated in several exhibits including, WORLD PENTAX DAY (2012), EXIST 2 EXIST at Kulay Diwa Gallery (2006), and TUGMAAN at the Australian Centre (1994).
He is a graduate of BS Architecture and also a Retired Senior Architect and Interior Designer in Dubai, UAE. Since 1987, he won from different art competitions and been part of group art exhibitions. He served as Board Director (1992-1993) at secretary (1993-1994) of Art Association of the Philippines.
She took Agriculture from the University of the Philippines- Los Baños and Veterinary Medicine at University of the Philippines- Diliman. Her art making was an influenced of her husband, Emmanuel Garibay. She started to use watercolour as her medium. She was also fond of photography when she was in college.
He has always been an artist at heart. During his student years, he has already been devoting his energy to the pursuit of excellence in his God-given talent. He has engaged himself into helping his school with their art needs which earned him the””ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARD”” in 1984 at his highschool alma matter, RIZAL HIGH SCHOOL. He continued on learning and attended the KATAG (Kabataang Tundo Art Group) Summer Art Workshop of artist FERNANDO B. SENA and again proved himself to be worthy by garnering the “Most Outstanding Student Award of KATAG”” in 1985.
Inspired by all these achievement, he went on sharing his talent and creativity with various art groups like, KABATAANG TUNDO ART GROUP, MANILA ARTIST GROUP, ARTE ETNIKA, ARTISTA NG BAYAN, LUNTIANG DAIGDIG, BINHI, SIKAT and currently member artipolo group and a board member of artist welfare project inc. He also helps found the SAMAHANG KABATAAN SA SINING in 1985 and the PINSEL ART GROUP in 1989. He earned the respect of his colleagues because of his down-to-earth attitude and his sincerity and commitment to his art.
Cubillo is an alumnus of Institute of Fine Arts and Design Major in Advertising at the PWU-IFAD (Institute of Fine Arts and Design) Taft Manila. He joined various group art exhibitions here and abroad. CUBILLO recently held his sixth solo art exhibit dubbed as “ENCOUNTERS” a collection of mixed media paintings – integrated his everyday experiences as a visual diary by using various mediums and art processes to address different issues in a story telling manner through visuals/paintings. He associates playing cards on his artworks as his way of making a statement that the medium is indeed the message: life is like a gamble. Cubillo received various recognitions and awards in art competitions, and is currently working as a cartoonist, graphic artist/designer, and visual artist-painter. He is the creator of BOTCHOG, a comic strip publish every Sunday in Manila Bulletin.
Emmanuel Nim is a prolific artist whose portraiture echoes his love for the human figure and its emotions and deep concerns for Mother Nature. He is also known for his portraits, human figurative and landscape paintings that usually carries a message that humans as the stewards of mother earth. Its’s their ultimate obligation to protect the environment and conserve the nature; and that one cannot survive without the other.For his figurative art, Emmanuel Nim explores challenging theme’s affecting women described as powerful, emotive, and passionate. One mutual desire of Nim’s work of art is the human form that unites the tranquil and transcendent portraits to idiosyncratic and surprising life studies. Each paintings offers each own unique style of capturing the human body for the viewer’s discovery.
He strives to create the effect of illusion with realistic representation of the images that seem to extend the impression of social reality. For him, the use of the figures was central to his engagement of figurative expressive style. Giving importance to the structure, shape, volume and perspective defined through the chosen colour, tone, light and shade. Nim’s work spans in oils, acrylics, watercolour, ink and charcoal.
He is a self-taught artist who was born and raised in Polomolok, South Cotabato. He developed an interest in art and a taste for figure and landscapes at a young age. With the inspirations from the works of the old masters like Juan Luna, Amorsolo, Caravaggio, Velasquez, Constable, Dali, Sargent, Michaelangelo and Da Vinci.He later moved in Manila after he graduated high school and has now worked as a full-time artist since then.
Emmanuel Nim is a third generation Mabini Artist who started at Mabini but then developed his own style, but still remembering Mabini as his roots. Mabini Art is a genre in Philippine painting that developed in the 1950’s. Back then, having an art degree became the standard to be called a legitimate artist. So, the self-taught Mabini Artists formed Mabini Art Movement to be identified in a distinct niche in Philippine Art.
And participated in numerous group art exhibits in and outside Metro Manila for more than a decade. He has also won several awards including the AAP’s First Nude On-The-Spot Painting Competition as the 1st placer. He is a member of Art Association Of The Philippines(AAP), KUNST Pilipino, Erehwon Art Collective and a core-member of Knights Of Rizal, Juan Luna Chapter. In 2011, he was one of the seven selected artists to paint the “Philippine Air Force Mural”. And in 2015, he was one of the ten artists commissioned to paint the “SAF 44 Mural”. In 2013, he was featured in a book “”Revisiting Mabini Art””. And in December 2015, he was also featured at “DIFFERENT STROKES”, a book on the ingenuity of Filipino artists and Art exhibit for a cause, featuring the works of contemporary masters and emerging artists and art groups.
Lee Salvador is a street/visual artist and a core member of Cavity Collective. I was born in the 80s and enjoyed TV shows and cartoons in the late 80s up to the 90s and that explains why most of my works are inspired by the 90s cartoons and icons. I was born in Manila and grew up in cavite. My style is surreal pop art that shows childhood experiences, thoughts and social relevance. I’m also doing experiments with street art installations. The reason why i chose street as my canvas is to show my art to a larger scale of audience. Aside from the streets I also exhibit in art galleries. Participated in some groups shows held in Kanto Gallery, Sigwada Gallery, Galeria de las Islas, Vinyl on vinyl and secret fresh. Had my first solo show in Pocket Universe in 2013. Featured as artist of the week on Solar Daybreak News in 2014.
He worked in the animation industry for 20 years. He graduated from University of the East, School of Fine Arts major in Advertising. His first solo exhibition was held in Vienna, Austria. His works mostly comprised of religious satire and abstract expressionism.
IDEA is a 27 year old artist from General Trias, Cavite. He grew up in a rural community, surrounded by rice fields, rivers, and fish ponds. He worked in a corporate office but instead he leave to focus on art making. He didn’t have any art educational background thus a challenge he took up. He began to unravel the beauty of public art and realized that by doing so he contribute something to the world.
Medel started as water colorist, but then due to modernization he mixed the traditional and modern art on his recent artworks. His works usually comprised of flowing and precise fine black lines, over which deploys basic color over color accenting clothing and faces. He is from Bacoor, Cavite and a graduate of Fine Arts and Design major in Advertising in Philippine Women’s University.
Aquino was one of the country’s representative to Florence Biennale X Edition last 2016. His first solo exhibition was entitled “Post No Bill” (2015) at Renaissance Gallery.
Oquina is an illustrator and graphic artist based in Cavite. She creates traditional art works with acrylic, watercolour, and graphite as mediums. Her influences include anime, comics, and Japanese culture. She’s been part of group art shows like Work In Progress Exhibit (2014) at Sigwada Gallery, NCCA Art Fest (2014) and Rizal Park and Art in the Park (2014).
Dash came from a family of artists. He is based in Dasmarinas, Cavite and he plays with the band, Atomic Soul. He is part of the group exhibition Chainteeth Tension III (2016) in Secret Fresh Gallery.
Austria is a member of Anting-anting Artist Group and currently based in New York. His works has been exhibit around Asia, Europe, and United States.
Cozythrias is part of Saturday Sketching Sessions and CVTY Collective.
He is an artist and environmentalist. He uses local materials and garbage to create an upcycled products. He is based in Bacoor, Cavite and a graduate of Fine Arts major in Advertising from Philippine Women’s University.
IRISH GLORI GALON
Galon is from Bohol, Philippines. She’s been part of group art exhibitions, Wet Dreams (2017), Unleash the Beast (2016) and a twom-man show Combine (2016). She is a member Baji Arts Collective and Art Association of the Philippines.
Bello is part of several exhibitions such as Pagsisikap (2015), Ma…Tsing (2016), and Nostalgia (2016).
Is a self-taught artist from Cainta, Rizal. He has an expertise in traditional portraiture, caricature, digital arts and graphic design. He uses acrylic, charcoal, and oil pastels. Sintomas is his first exhibition.
EMIL CATAPAT, LOREBERT COMISION, JOHN MERICK EUPALAO, MARK JOEY BALANI, JILL LOVE LOBETANIA
They are students from Adventist University of the Philippines, Silang, Cavite.
He was part of the exhibit Audacity at Matt Mason Art Gallery in Cavite.
Galpo is part of the first exhibit of the group, Malalayang Alagad ng Sining at Adhikain (MASA) at One World Institute, Bitonto, Italy last February 2015.
Gomez has been part of 50 group exhibition including Artober Fest (2016), and Ground Zero (2016). He is currently the president of Kintab Artists Group in Pili, Camarines Sur.
Maricris held her first exhibit at Pili, Camarines Sur last 2015. She’s been part of 30 group exhibition around Bicol and Manila since 2010.
Guillergan is a full-time tattoo artist that won several awards from Dutdutan, the biggest tattoo festival in the country.
Julian was part of the exhibit Audacity (2016) at Matt Mason Art Gallery in Cavite.
Killingwithcuteness is a graduate of Fine Arts major in Advertising at Philippine Women’s University. He is one of the core member of CVTY Collective. He’s been part of Sabong (2015), Inspire Everyday (2015), and Project Bakawan: Back to Square 1 (2014).
Madeja is a self-taught artist from Romblon. Currently, an in-house artist of Transwing Art Gallery.
ADRIAN JAY MANUEL
Few of Manuel’s group shows are Hybrid (2014) at Galerie Anna and a solo exhibition entitled Joy Ride (2015) at Galleria Quattrocento.
Mayeng is a member of CVTY Collective.
Mischa’s primary medium is resin. Few of his exhibitions is a two-man show, Metal Sin (2016) and a solo exhibition, Resindipity (2016).
Montanez is part of the group exhibition, Pagsisikap (2015), Defining QUirino (2015), and Ma…Tsing (2016).
Morante is from Leyte and currently studying at Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology. He is part of a group exhibition entitled, Generation Millennial (2016).
Nemenzo is a graduate of Interior Design from Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology. She is part of a group exhibition, Katorse Ab Initio last 2015.
She is a graduate of Bachelor of Fine Arts major in Advertising at Technological University of the Philippines. She won the following awards: Metrobank Art and Design Excellence, Semi-finalist (2015 & 2016); PNOC Painting Competition, Grand prize winner (2013 & 2014); at Coco Life Painting Competition, Finalist (2013). And she’s been part of numerous group art exhibitions.