Roselyn Mendoza, an artist from Cavite, fell in love with watercolors at the age of 15 and has not stopped painting since. With years of experience in this medium, she took a gamble and started a watercolor portrait business amidst the pandemic, which has been running successfully for three years now. She has exhibited her works locally and continuously hones her watercolor skills through practice and exploration.
Her personal works are inspired by her thoughts, experiences, and the things that hold significance in her life. These pieces are a means for her to express herself and connect with the local community, sharing the daily experiences that resonate with Filipinos. Through her art, she hopes to establish a connection with the masses and convey the essence of their shared experiences.