Perfect color harmony defines the oeuvre of Raul G. Isidro, one of the most revered senior artists of our generation. his works completely enchant a viewer with the converging vivid hues emerging from his flat solid background that projects lucidity even more, depicting an astounding impression of his thoughts, feelings, ad fascinations.
Fernando SenaFor his unwavering dedication to sharing his skills and expertise with those who aspire to learn, Fernando Belen Sena is acknowledged as the Father of the Philippine Art Workshop. A versatile artist, Sena was born in Tondo, Manila and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from the University of the East in 1971.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the University of Santo Tomas in 1968. He also studied at the Art Students League in 1984 and at the School of Visual Arts in 1996, both in New York. He paints churches, houses, nipa huts, still life, flowers, and landscapes in realistic manner. His work has been produced in Philippine postal stamps. In 1984 he exhibited at the Philippine Trade Centers in New York, Washington D.C. and San Francisco.
Paul DimalantaThe water dropping downward is drenching, dripping, and dousing to those daring to look at it. The onslaught of water seems like a cascade of never-ending rain. Though it can seem a bit overwhelming, these alluring views are mystifying scenes in every oeuvre Paul Dimalanta creates; he is a master of the waterfall and breathtaking landscapes.
Lander BlanzaLander Blanza is a real artist in every sense of the word; a performing artist, having been in a band for ywo decades and traveled the whole of Asia performing in hotels, classy bars and fancy restaurants. An apparel designer of the most famous brands in the country like Jag Jeans, Grizzly Kids Apparel and Crissa Ladies Jeans, Lander Blanza is indeed a cut above the rest, a different animal.
Juno GalangPainting is my first love and passion," declares artist Juno Galang. "I paint what I see, feel and perceive. My works are so full of life, details and colors because I see life in all it’s entirety. When you view my art, I want you to see and feel the canvas pulsate with life…so that they invite you to step inside to become a part of them." Juno successfully communicates his own feelings and emotions to the viewers through his works.