A craft for a cause

I’ve been illustrating and designing for the longest as a profession for commercial work.

Not so long ago,Β  I was encouraged to work on my personal art. The output ranged from freehand lettering found randomly in pages of my planner, illustrations and watercolor drawings filled my softbound sketchbook and tried my luck on abstract paintings on larger canvases. All this time I’ve spent on building personal works was able to relieve stress.

I was able to not only build a portfolio, but also define my style of work. Something I’ve been frustrated and yes, stressed about for some time.

Since it helped me overcome not only hurdles in my struggles as a visual creative but also how I’m dealing with life in a better perspective. As a way to give back, we’ve collaborated with Buhay Movement aligned to their cause as one of the leading mental health advocates as who also recommend art and crafts as a means of an outlet.

On June 9, 2018 at Gift Avenue CafeΒ  we invite all to learn on how to create beautiful acrylic florals at Flower Power, workshop for a cause.

Proceeds will go to Buhay Movement, a group that promotes mental health awareness.

Workshop is inclusive of materials and food.


Ayala Museum’s stART Workshop for Kids

Hey there!

Would you like to enrich your kids’ artistic talent in drawing? or just even let them discover something new on the weekends? πŸ™‚
This coming August, I’ll be conducting sessions at the Ayala Museum, as a part of
the β€ͺ#β€ŽstART‬ Workshops. It’s for kids of grade school level and we’ll be teaching how to draw with pastels on the 6th of August, from 2pm to 5pm.
Drawing pencils, on the 28th from 9am to 12nn.

You can sign up by contacting Ayala Museum via email: education@ayalamuseum.org or call 759-8288 loc. 22/35 if you have additional questions. See you guys this coming August!