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Raffy Napay originally used oil paints, until he developed an adverse allergy to the medium. Whilst recovering, he explored the potential of other materials, and explored working with the available threads and textiles at home.
Ferdie Montemayor is a keen observer of life in the “macro” scale and goes into details of how people interact in the public and private spaces. He would work to a point where he represents the city as occupying a whole planet, a global village. His canvases often feature the artist's active brushwork, defined by a combination of long and short strokes of paint, often in monochrome, or strong hues of warm colours.
HANSEN THIAM SUN
Hansen's style is marked by an original and distinctive play of strokes that are characteristically simple and spontaneous. Yet his works overflow with reflections of life in its myriad manifestations - reflection that are both subtle and philosophical. As a result, he developed a unique style that is a mixture of semi abstract and minimalist art.
Filipino artist Iggy Rodriguez has continually responded to a tradition of Social Realism and politically-engaged practice in Philippine art. He spent the mid-1990s as a member of UGAT Lahi, an artist collective making works for street and public protests in Manila.
A maestro of the ‘dark and perfect art’ – EJ Cabangon is renowned for his signature hyper-realistic oil paintings rendered in very fine detail, paying particular attention to minutiae, his works are never strict interpretations of scenes or subjects. He utilises subtle pictorial elements to create the illusion of a reality, nudging the viewer to understand its underlying truth.