In the heart of every masterpiece lies a story, a sentiment, and a sanctuary. "MY Home" is an exhibition that transcends the boundaries of canvas and brush, immersing you in a world where the essence of home, the profound bond between mother and child, and the enduring spirit of family take center stage. As you step into this captivating realm, prepare to be captivated by the artistry that speaks not only to the eyes but also to the soul.
drybrush Gallery introduces “Colors”, a group exhibition presenting delightful paintings by Al Perez, Darryl Ajero, Vic Bachoco, Yolanda Batara, Venancio Cabisada Jr., Charlie Caraballe, Rara Carillo, Chona David, Ricardo De Villa, Esther Garcia, Sally De Ocampo Paja, Maxi Ramos, Jun Rocha, Wendy Rondaris, Emmanuel Salva, Fernando Sena, Bing Siochi, Ely Tablizo, Harry Torres, Anna Vergel, and Marilou Viado.
In Vivid Visions: Figurative Forms and Color Expressions
In Vivid Visions: Figurative Forms and Color Expressions, a grand affair of visual expressionism unfolds, capitalizing tender and bold colors to show how the life and culture of Filipinos revel in sheer vivacity and finesse.
Step into a world where colors mingle and lines blur, where life's colorful repeats play out. Rosacay’s "Blurred" exhibit inspires you to discover the profound beauty hidden within the patterns of existence.
"Being" is a three-man show by Nelson O. Ricahuerta, Gerry Joquico, and Paolo Miguel Mariñas. Stirring intricate figures with melancholic yet sophisticated hues is paramount for these three artists in capturing human nature, vulnerability, complex forms, and beauty of the self within into visual stories.
With a sense of harmony and sophistication, a fresh interpretation of Bicol culture and way of life is colorfully demonstrated in Pancho Piano’s latest solo exhibition entitled "Homebound".
Reuse with Watsons, A Sustainability Exhibit
drybrush Gallery is pleased to announce "Reuse with Watsons, A Sustainability Exhibit" featuring the works of 30+ Filipino artists using recycled materials.
W.E.R.E (Where Enigma Remains Everywhere)
It is with great pleasure that we announce the exhibition of drybrush Gallery MOA, "W. E. R. E.: Where Enigma Remains Everywhere," an exhibition inspired by the perplexing concept of social perspective and its revolving details, reimagined by Ronald Castrillo, Eric Cachero, Emmanuel Nim, and Waldz Villanueva.