WHAT'S ON OUR WALLS
Dennis Bato, Anjo Bolarda, Archie Oclos and Roberto Sanchez
The artists dwell into Unusual Tranquility with paintings and works on paper. Bato’s depiction of humanity, or the lack of it, in similarity and chaos theory, Bolarda’s projections and perceptions in social media, Oclos’ continuing depiction of IP patterns, sentiments and figurations combine with Sanchez’ exploration of escapism while illustrating stasis.
Blic, Quatro Hapimeel, Tyang Karyel, Meowinism, Lee Salvador, Mark Santos and TRNZ
The group exhibition delves into urban art, its nonlinearity, graphic stylings and novel forms of expressing what an artist goes through day by day, pandemic or no pandemic.
BESH FOOT FORWARD
This solo exhibition showcases paintings on canvas and a mural with warm colors that explore comfort in functional design inspired by the artist’s childhood, fur babies and positive energy. Abrigo’s 10th show veers away from his usual linear and sharp-edged shapes with the addition of free forms and organic strokes.
The artist's first solo exhibition recounts adventures in art with an intimate look at objects held and trod on that remind one of falling into the proverbial rabbit hole with passion and reckless abandon. Hands and feet are adorned with vegetation, signifying a blossoming art practice.