By Elizabeth Lolarga
When the subject of Gilda Cordero Fernando, writer and serious painter (no matter how she pooh-poohs the sincerity with which she applies herself to the art), comes up, sculptor Julie Lluch and I are one in agreeing on this.
By Cathy Yamsuan
At age 4, Celia Diaz picked up a box of colored chalk and began drawing circles on a blackboard.
By Lester Babiera
People often expect contemporary art to be dark and shocking.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Psychologists say that our reaction to an object and a place tends to be dictated by color. Love it or hate it, color in a room has a subtle effect on our moods. Moreover, a fresh coat of paint can change the ambience of a room from dreary to cheery.
By Alma Cruz Miclat
He has been painting professionally for 45 years, but Nestor Olarte Vinluan just won’t stop. That’s despite having a record of 150 exhibits, 21 of them solo. And even if he has retired from the College of Fine Arts (CFA) of the University of the Philippines-Diliman, where he served for 32 years, nine of them as dean.