FilipinoArt.ph is an online art marketplace launched last October 24, 2019. The launched supported by the emerging and seasoned Filipino visual artists and their artworks. Along with this, an art exhibit titled Sariling Sining: A showcase of contemporary Filipino Art which run at Art Circle Gallery, 3L Ayala Malls Circuit, Makati City from October 25-27, 2019.
Together with FilipinoArt.ph led by its CEO and Founder Yuri Stegeman, and the six exhibiting artists from Binangonan, Rizal; Taytay, Rizal; a guest artist from Camarines Sur; Boracay Island; Las Pinas City; Pandacan, Manila/Iloilo City joining together for this digital platform. People are diverse and so is art thus, FilipinoArt.ph has been created to help Filipino Visual artists to be seen by a wider audience and to have easier access for art lovers. By being accessible online, FilipinoArt.ph provides plenty of space to display this diversity and the Filipino exemplary artistry.
“Sharing My Works with other People”.
Jose Ehric Egualada of Boracay Island says Art in my region is extremely popular. Even though I live by the beaches of Boracay, I have been hoping that my art will be able to reach even the outskirts of Manila. My art pieces recreate a society centred with faith, nature and people. It is an honour and privilege to share my works with other people. Thanks to FilipinoArt.ph I can make these things possible.
“Physically seeing the artwork in real life is and should be a different experience than seeing a representation online, but considering the benefits, it’s a very good alternative for perusing and buying such,” says Stegeman. I’m very happy that art fairs have become increasingly popular; it shows that art is important to Filipinos. But even in those fairs, they often showcase the more established artist whose artworks are quite inaccessible to many because of their places,” he added.
“FilipinoArt.ph takes away those boundaries by showcasing a whole lot more artists and offer prices for every Juan. And if an original piece of art is still inaccessible because of the price we also offer prints via our partner, No Blank Walls; a less expensive way of getting beautiful art into your home office and personal space.”
Developed by internet solutions company Chanz Global, FilipinoArt.ph currently features curated contemporary artworks such as painting drawings and mixed media-sculptures and photographs will be available too in the coming months.
The artists supporting FilipinoArt.ph Launch – Exhibit
Expressionist, Binangonan, Rizal
His art revolves around freedom and expression he believes that everybody has their interpretations of everything that includes his art. He only realized the passion for art at a later age.
Abstract artist, Taytay Rizal
A former banker at a top firm his art in the abstract form with a twist of enthusiasm for what is life beyond his home country, such as in Egypt and elsewhere.
Hermel Alejandre (Guest Artist)
Cubist, Expressionist, Camarines Sur
Inspired by Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, Hermel is an artist born to fulfil one thing: to bring forth happiness in his audience. Strength, passion and integrity are his main ideas to reflect on his art.
Jose Ehric Agueda
Expressionist, Boracay Island, Aklan
Raised in a religious family along the beaches of Boracay Island, Ehric channels his creative flow into art pieces that recreate a society centred with God, nature and people. He also an art educator and critic.
Pamela Lei Bermudez
Expressionist, Las Pinas City, Manila
A graphic designer and painter, Pamela’s artworks are visual representations that pay tribute to some of the most respected occupations of Filipino.
Ryan D. Orig
Portrait Artist, Pandacan, Manila/Iloilo City
Ryan’s works creatively portray the lives of our fellow Filipinos in rural areas.
The FilipinoArt.ph exhibit is made possible with the help of their industry partners: Online Property portal PropertyAisa.ph; The Craft Central an art and craft company; SNDT courier service company; No Blank Walls, a high-quality photo printer; Art Circle Gallery – Circuit and Ayala Malls Circuit.
Text by Media Contact:
Cymon Joseph Talatad