Friday, October 23, 2009

For school

With Yang Gagelonia, we painted the chart for our school. Haven't painted in a long time and it was a joy to collab.
Thursday, October 22, 2009

Art Education!

Rediscovered doodle-ing!
Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Art classes poster

First study for ArtEd poster promoting Creative Advocacies' art classes. Old version, was meant for last summer. *Happy*
Thursday, October 15, 2009

Studies for Misibis Aviation

3-fold brochure, 1 side mock-up. But I hope the corporate clients like it. Made the instant logo myself. Hehehe! Fingers crossed!

Grade 1 students making masks

Masks are one of the more popular art activities for my young students. Same topic, different country, different angle, different attack. Which continent do we visit now? Will they make Venetian masks or full-faced masks? Choices, choices. Should we paint them, color them, use glue and colored paper? Soon soon, I'll decide.

Art for the Hope Elementary Faculty

We were asked to conduct a few art workshops for the elementary and high school faculty at Hope. These are landscapes taught by Niño G. based on "Painting for Dummies". Simple technique, lots of fun! All the teachers had smiles on their faces by the end of the 1-hour session, even though they entered the art room with much reluctance.

4 Little Indians!

We made headdresses as an art project and they were awesome fun! We practiced cutting and pasting, managing the shapes formed and allowed the kids to explore tearing and being random in their design. Yey!
Friday, October 02, 2009

Storm story

These are pictures of our neighbor's house when the flood was just getting started and when it was getting dangerous. You can see the progress of the flood waters especially when they reached the roof of our neighbor's house. The first photo on the left is the second story window of our other neighbor. By then the water was in the first floor of the house. I didn't take pictures inside the house, but if you can imagine your family refrigerator bobbing in the water bumping the walls of your house...well...thats how it was. For 12 hours. It wasn't traumatic. It just made us realize the we were lucky to be dry, safe. And that we had helped strangers be dry and safe as well.