PROOF OF LIFE

Desire for legacy and immortality is quite fundamental to human nature. The awareness of our own mortality makes us uniquely human. We all know that we have a limited time here on earth and what we do in life other is defined by how we deal with this unmovable truth.

Many want to be remembered here on earth for their accomplishments. Thus why emperors and kings build fortress and monuments,why  writer writes, Why painters paint , why scientist publish, why actors act and why musicians record. 

We are creating something more permanent than ourselves. We are affecting socially and our fellow citizen. And most importantly, we want for better. We want to make a difference and leave legacy.

SILENT WITNESS
36″ x 60″ x 1.5″ Oil & Acrylic on canvas panel
Available
THE FORTRESS
24″ x 48 ” x 1.5″ Oil & Acrylic on canvas
Available
XJANADU
24″ x 48 ” x 1.5″ Oil & Acrylic on canvas
Available
FORGED
36″ x 60 ” x 1.5″ Oil & Acrylic on canvas panel
Available

LINK
20″ x 20 ” Oil & Acrylic on canvas panel
Available

UNDECODED
16″ x 20 ” Oil & Acrylic on canvas panel
Available

What is an ART MOVEMENT?

  • Art Movements are the collective titles that are given to artworks which share the same artistic ideals, style, technical approach or timeframe.
  • There is no fixed rule that determines what constitutes an art movement. The artists associated with one movement may adhere to strict guiding principles, whereas those who belong to another may have little in common.
  • Art Movements are simply a historical convenience for grouping together artists of a certain period or style so that they may be understood within a specific context.
  • Art Movements are usually named retrospectively by art critics or historians and their titles are often witty or sarcastic nicknames pulled from a bad review.
  • Grouping artists of similar interests or styles into Art Movements is mainly a characteristic of Western Art.
  • Art Movements are essentially a 20th century development when there was a greater variety of styles than at any other period in the history of art.

https://artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/art_movements.htm

Smartphone Photography Series 1

“The best camera is the one you are holding.”

“Childhood Memories”
iPhone 5
“Gentle Touch”
iPhone 5
“River Stones”
iPhone 5
“Taal Horses”
iPhone 5s
“Reclaimed”
iPhone 5
“Darkscape”
iPhone 5 s
“Camouflage”
iPhone 5
“Say Ahhh!”
iPhone 5s
“Disperas”
iPhone 5
“Tropical Delight”
iPhone 5s
“Asian Scent”
iPhone 5
“The Rookie”
iPhone 5s
” Just Smile”
iPhone 5s
“Cloud of doubt”
iPhone 5s
“Fresh Dip”
iPhone5s
“Haven”
iPhone 5s

History of BLUE

Blue signifies sky, thinking, the day, the sea ,height, depth, heaven, innocence, truth, psychic ability and spirituality.

HUMILITY. 36″ x 36 “. Mixed Media on canvas. Sold to a private collector.

TRACES #5. 36″ x 36″ x 1.5″. Mixed Media on canvas. Sold to a private collector.
SILENT WISDOM. 36″x 36″ x 1.5. Acrylic on canvas. Available for Purchase.
TRACES #1. 36″ x 36″. Mixed media on canvas. Sold to a private collector
FOUND. 36″ x 36″x 1.5″. Oil on canvas. Sold to a private collector.


HOW TO PROPERLY DISPLAY ARTWORK

by IDr. Jigs Adefuin

  1. Always hang paintings at eye level. The center of the painting should be 1.5 meters from the ground for Asians and around 1.65 meters for Caucasians.
  2. Make sure that hung frames are anchored with the furniture under them. There should be a distance of at least 4” to 8” between the artwork and the furniture piece. 
  3. Apply groupings when framing to create an impact for your focal point. Try using different pieces such as sculptural wall decor, wall sconces, mirrors, wall clocks, paintings, and any other wall hangings.
  4. Framing doesn’t always mean following the outline of furniture. Do not hang artwork at the back of your sofa in an arched manner. Even if the couch is camelback. The same rule applies to your bed with a domed headboard.
  5. Do not put artworks on top of a door or an armoire. Nobody will appreciate it from that angle because it is out of place and out of sight.