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Pink Sandals

Pink Sandals

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Oil on Canvas

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26" x 20"

Year

2023

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Her works silently speak of the true beauty of a woman, calm, simple, strong, and in touch with God. Always inclined to do mother and child as she treasures the love of her mother and grandmother. And as she paints, and smells the paint and turpentine, she's suddenly transported back to a time place called home, in the comforting arms of the real hero she fondly calls lolo Enteng.

Ronna holds an MFA in painting and sculpture from the University of Sto. Tomas. She is involved in countless art organizations and is a founding member of the United Women Artists Association of the Philippines. her works have been featured in exhibits, books, and magazines throughout Manila and abroad such as in London, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Washington DC, and Canada. She has also received many accolades for her art.

Despite the familial pressure due to her grandfather's contribution to Philippine Art, Ronna has made her works uniquely ger own, projecting the raw and pure character of her subject. Focusing on the feminine, her paintings speak to the true beauty of women. As a former ballet dancer, ballerinas also inspire Ronna whom she captures in many of her pieces. Ronna is also avidly involved in animal rescue and hopes her paintings through sales proceed can contribute to finding homes for the many stray cats and dogs in her area.

She also pursued a parallel career in the arts, as a ballet dancer. It was where she was happiest, yet painting was never forgotten. Her series of Ballerina paintings blend her love of painting and dancing. As she moves to new styles of painting entirely on her own, she remembers her grandfather, as a child sitting on his lap, hearing his stories and kind works, sharing in his love and joy. Being a dancer allowed Ronna to convey, personally and intimately, the dynamism of the body's workings into two-dimensional strokes. It is now in a style far remove from her once cubistic root and has even been much more effectual in projecting the raw and pure character of subject
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Ronna Manansala

Ronna Manansala Her works silently speak of the true beauty of a woman, calm, simple, strong, and in touch with God. Always inclined to do mother and child as she treasures the love of her mother and grandmother. And as she paints, and smells the paint and turpentine, she's suddenly transported back to a time place called home, in the comforting arms of the real hero she fondly calls lolo Enteng.

Ronna holds an MFA in painting and sculpture from the University of Sto. Tomas. She is involved in countless art organizations and is a founding member of the United Women Artists Association of the Philippines. her works have been featured in exhibits, books, and magazines throughout Manila and abroad such as in London, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Washington DC, and Canada. She has also received many accolades for her art.

Despite the familial pressure due to her grandfather's contribution to Philippine Art, Ronna has made her works uniquely ger own, projecting the raw and pure character of her subject. Focusing on the feminine, her paintings speak to the true beauty of women. As a former ballet dancer, ballerinas also inspire Ronna whom she captures in many of her pieces. Ronna is also avidly involved in animal rescue and hopes her paintings through sales proceed can contribute to finding homes for the many stray cats and dogs in her area.

She also pursued a parallel career in the arts, as a ballet dancer. It was where she was happiest, yet painting was never forgotten. Her series of Ballerina paintings blend her love of painting and dancing. As she moves to new styles of painting entirely on her own, she remembers her grandfather, as a child sitting on his lap, hearing his stories and kind works, sharing in his love and joy. Being a dancer allowed Ronna to convey, personally and intimately, the dynamism of the body's workings into two-dimensional strokes. It is now in a style far remove from her once cubistic root and has even been much more effectual in projecting the raw and pure character of subject
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