Through Her Eyes
Art Circle Gallery's Through Her Eyes features seven inspiring women artists who are exhibiting their works on March 7-13 at the Grand Atrium.
Art Circle Gallery’s Through Her Eyes features seven inspiring women artists who are exhibiting their works on March 7-13 at the Grand Atrium. This all-female exhibit showcases images and narratives that exemplify the inspiring identity and character of the contemporary, empowered woman.
Watch out for works by visual artists Tish Alcantara who creates elegantly illustrated women that combine art nouveau and shin-hanga art, Jovan Benito who’s known for her brightly colored hues and cartoonish figures with wide and rounded eyes that present Filipino culture, and Caroline Cainto who has a flair in turning abstracting landscapes and objects of nature into something lyrical and expressive.
Joining them are fellow visual artists Mylene Quito who creates striking, vibrant, and often whimsical paintings and Mercedes Paez-Layog who is among the pioneers of the acrylic pouring technique in the country. Rounding out the exhibit are artists who create not only paintings but also unique sculptures: Ella Hipolito who expresses herself by breathing new life into real coffee beans and Valen Valero who transforms vintage electric meters into sculptures that fire up the minds and heart of the viewers.