ARBITRARY GROUNDS

ART TAVERA - AUGUST LYLE ESPINO - DAVID RYAN VIRAY - GEREMT SAMALA - MIKKO BALAJAY - NIEL ATIENZA
November 13 - December 04, 2021

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A show made up of friends who came together to show their arbitrary works of art coming from transferring energies to the ground, the canvas, and the space that
surrounds it.
These arbitrary yet artistically made paintings are brought to life by Neil Atienza’s “Panoramic
Live Review” with the intent of translating his vision of life on earth through his works.


David Viray, created comical and whimsical paintings as seen in “Hitting Two Stones, with
One Tree” and “A Good Harvest”. Playing with common colors of blue, green, orange, yellow,
and brown in his set, Viray was able to showcase these droll but profound artworks.


Use of abstraction techniques such as grids and stencils in plotting fragments of time space
and illusion prompted Gerry Samala to paint “Blooming Serenities”


August Lyle applied his knowledge in TV and film directing in observing new techniques in
painting that translates his vision into a remarkable and unexpected story. Included in his
works is “Blame It On Me”


Aiming to expose the gap and the relation between object and space that would depict
possibilities of cognition, Mikko Baladjay joins this group show.


Lastly, “The Endless Journey of Maps” is Art Tevera’s way of highlighting his trademark crude
strokes and use of vibrant colors factored by his abstract and graffiti influences.


Together, these young artists are ready to take over the art world as they demonstrate larger
than life artworks that not only show colors, creativity, and imagination, but depth.

-GPH

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