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Kumot 3

Kumot 3

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Type

Acrylic on Canvas

Size

24" x 30"

Year

2023

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Krishnamurti "CRIS VILLANUEVA" is a Filipino artist born in Baliuag, Bulacan, Philippines in 1971. His artistic talent is influenced by both his Villanueva and Palomo family lines. He honed his skills by enrolling in local and distant art courses. Krishnamurti draws inspiration from various sources for his paintings, often incorporating trinkets from his travels. He is an avid traveler who carries still cameras and painting supplies during his backpacking trips throughout Europe. 

Krishnamurti’s style has evolved and turned toward figurative surrealism. Krishnamurti's artworks exhibit a range of themes across different series. His use of concurrent narratives and visually rich imagery reflects his political stances and unique perspectives on specific issues. In his paintings, he expresses the interplay between beauty and sorrow, pain and pleasure, drawing attention to bittersweet events and the significance of sentimentality in daily life.

Collectors appreciate the complexity, uniqueness, and yearning on which Krishnamurti carefully layers through the use of acrylic or oil mediums in his painting process. His combination of color and figure produces an immersive experience for the viewer, luring them into his imaginative universe. Throughout his career, Krishnamurti has participated in numerous group exhibitions, showcasing his artwork to audiences nationwide. Notable venues that have hosted his well-known exhibitions include The Big and Small Art Gallery and the Mono8 Gallery.

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Krishnamurti Villanueva

Krishnamurti Villanueva

Krishnamurti "CRIS VILLANUEVA" is a Filipino artist born in Baliuag, Bulacan, Philippines in 1971. His artistic talent is influenced by both his Villanueva and Palomo family lines. He honed his skills by enrolling in local and distant art courses. Krishnamurti draws inspiration from various sources for his paintings, often incorporating trinkets from his travels. He is an avid traveler who carries still cameras and painting supplies during his backpacking trips throughout Europe. 

Krishnamurti’s style has evolved and turned toward figurative surrealism. Krishnamurti's artworks exhibit a range of themes across different series. His use of concurrent narratives and visually rich imagery reflects his political stances and unique perspectives on specific issues. In his paintings, he expresses the interplay between beauty and sorrow, pain and pleasure, drawing attention to bittersweet events and the significance of sentimentality in daily life.

Collectors appreciate the complexity, uniqueness, and yearning on which Krishnamurti carefully layers through the use of acrylic or oil mediums in his painting process. His combination of color and figure produces an immersive experience for the viewer, luring them into his imaginative universe. Throughout his career, Krishnamurti has participated in numerous group exhibitions, showcasing his artwork to audiences nationwide. Notable venues that have hosted his well-known exhibitions include The Big and Small Art Gallery and the Mono8 Gallery.

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