Rolando ‘Rolly’ Abarilla

Rolly Abarilla is an Artist by vocation and an Architect by profession. Since he was a child his enduring interest was drawing.

Ant “Jun” Afable

His passion for his art brought him to participate in numerous art exhibitions in the Philippines and in Italy.

Teody Asuncion

Teody Asuncion paints, in acrylics, colorful and expressive renderings of contemporary life, floral and urban landscape.

Joyce Bondoc

Since high school, oil painting is Joyce’s passionate pastime. With his art teacher’s influence and persuasion, Joyce prefers in the impressionist style.

Frank Cruzet

Frank Cruzet has painted his world since his boyhood. His art shows his reverence for nature and his desire to capture its essence on his canvases.

Jhun Ciolo Diamante

Jhun, a self-taught artist was born in San Pablo City, Laguna and he love outdoor painting. A dynamic, flexible and creative web designer/graphic artist and a painter.

Antonio ‘Tony’ Doctor

Antonio ‘Tony’ Doctor, with his Bachelor of Fine Arts, magna cum laude, from the University of Santo Tomas, Unesco Fellowship from a university in Thailand, and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, U.S.A.

Peter Duarte

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Marissa Buyco-Corpus

She focussed on her career and motherhood and returned to her art last 2010. She used oil acrylic as medium and painted colourful landscapes as her subject.

Alexander Gonzales

Living an adventurer’s life with an artist’s soul, Alex Gonzales has been quite literally all over the world. Despite being a Bachelor of Science in Maritime Transportation graduate, as a young man art was his first love.

Gene Lopos

Genaro ‘gene’ Lopos is a Bachelor of Science in Architecture graduate. He has been in the practice of architecture for 25 years and been doing creative and artistic responsibilities that includes designing, modeling, drafting and perspective renderings.

Romi Castillo MananQuil

Romi played an important role in organizing Filipino artists in northern America when he migrated to Canada in 1985. He founded the Philippine Artists Group (PAG) and was President for 14 years.

Omel Masalunga

Omel is best known for his creation of the life-size statue of San Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila (currently being displayed at the lobby of the San Lorenzo Ruiz School in Mississuaga). Omel is not just a sculptor- he is a painter, pianist, stage director, set designer , singer and a teacher.

Koni Marcoux

Koni Marcoux has always been an admirer of the great masters of Impressionism. The intensity of their colours is reflected in her own works resulting in vibrant depictions of landscapes, flora, and fauna.

Dr Marinor Blanco

DrMarinor Blanco was born and raised in Angono, Rizal known as Art Capital of the Philippines. Even thought she was surrounded by family of painters in the Blanco clan (her uncle was Jose Pitok Blanco) and two brothers who paints and carve woods, she opted to concentrate studying and got into sports…

Maridi Nivera

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Rose Nagallo

Rose Marie is a Chemical Engineering graduate from U.P. with an MBA degree from Ateneo. She is an insurance broker and realtor. Her cultural immersion in various countries where she resided as an expat wife and her global travel experience have continually inspired her to put her thoughts and emotions on canvas…

Calixto ‘Toots’ Quiachon

Calixto ‘Toots’ Quiachon got early recognition when his grade school teachers asked him to do visual aids for them. In high school, he already started painting in oils and watercolours, and also did charcoal illustrations.

Frank Tonido

Frank is known for his meticulous renderings using either watercolour, acrylic, oil, graphite, and coloured pencil. He is equally adept to both modern and realistic arts. Frank was inspired by Fernando Amorsolo and Botong Francisco.

Nelia Tonido

She paints lyrical renderings of urban and country scenes, botanicals expressing natures beauty and impermanence. Nelia does not have to go far for her subjects, her backyard is the usual source of her inspirations.

Michelle Chermaine Ramos

Torn between her love for creating things and her interest in technology, she found a middle ground and graduated with honors in New Media Design from Centennial College, Centre for Creative Communications. Her work has been exhibited in various shows & galleries in Toronto including the Royal Ontario Museum & the Japanese Canadian Cultural Center.

Mark Edison Salinas

Mark is a self taught artist that pursues every best possibilities to showcase his talent. He loved painting figurative which was greatly influenced by the two masters he idolized the most, Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci and Rembrandt.


My paintings express my fun approach to life, albeit guided by strong Filipino values. When I paint, I like to just dive in, and let my hand and my feelings take me where my drawings want to go. I am cartoonist back in the Philippines so you’ll always see enthusiastic drawings in my artwork.

Christienne Cuevas

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Philippine National Artist BenCab

BenCab, as he is more popularly known is widely hailed as a master of contemporary Philippine art. A painter and printmaker, he has exhibited widely in the Philippines and in Asia, Europe, and the United States.