The artists whose works comprised the show Pamunsod at the Mamusa Art Bistro defined the start of the year 2019 as a beginning of a new journey.
Impetuosity may well describe the journey for they anticipate its spontaneity. Hence, they call the show Pamunsod – its direction undetermined at this moment and the path for creative expression and art engagement is yet to be outlined.
A common belief was shared by the nine artists regarding the cycle of life by underscoring that once a person’s purpose is fulfilled, life begins anew and so the movement goes on.
“This year, we have taken the first step for a visual movement which aims to inspire others, shared Alex Ordoyo, in a message during the opening of Pamunsod.
Pamunsod offers a small group of works yet boosts an exquisite collection having a good mix of new and not so old works.
See the paintings by John Paul Castillo, Alex Ordoyo, Rey Denzil Gico, Roland Llarena, Ron Matthews Espinosa; the sculpture pieces by Moreen Austria, Alan Cabalfin and Harry Mark Gonzales; and the work of Bryan Liao on wood.
Pamunsod will be on show until January 25, 2019.