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I N C H O K

Visions through my Mind.
Applied by my Hand.
With a slice of my Heart


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Every Beauty has its flaw

Just like a beautiful rose with its torn.

"TORN"
Colors: Copic Markers
Illustrated By: Ivan Payawal

 

The painting epitomizes the colorful and rich Filipino culture, history and heritage from the past to the present times across the country. The vivid and harmonious splash of colors in the crowning glory truly exemplifies the diversity, richness and uniqueness of our culture, history and heritage that are intricately and painstakingly carved in the body. Further, you could intensely and deeply see and feel the warm, festive and jovial mood in the painting that is truly inherent to every Filipino. Indeed there is unity and harmony amidst diversity of our culture.

Illustrated by: Ivan Payawal

BAHAGSUBAY

Technically, Fauvism is characterized by a violence of colours, often applied unmixed from commercially produced tubes of paint in broad flat areas, by a spontaneity and even roughness of execution and by a bold sense of surface design. 

Barbara, an excerpt from the word barbaric symbolizes the people of today.  This portrait of a woman represents susceptibility, tears from her eyes signifies her vision on defamation and lies, the cigarette she smokes depicts her heightened perception of pure evilness, finally, her stance that indicates the weakness of her being.  Susceptibility, defamation and lies, evilness, and weakness appear to be problems of our society.  They make us ready. They make us present. They make us strong.

Color : Lefranc & Bourgeois Oil Paint

Illustrated by: Ivan Payawal

"BARBARA"

Imperfection comes indeed with Beauty

Illustrated By:Ivan Payawal
"Imperfection"

Twice I turn my back on you
I fell flat on my face but didn’t loose
Tell me where would I go
Tell me what led you on I’d love to Know
 
Color: Faber Castle Chalk Pastel
Illustrated By: Ivan Payawal
"Little Dragon Twice" 
 
—Being called weird is like being called Limited Edition. Meaning you’re something people don’t see that often. Remember that!