Abstracting Nature: Jose T. Joya and his abstract expressionism

Often of a large or dramatic scale, abstracts by Jose T. Joya followed a process of visual and formal reduction based on an observation of nature

Glass forms: Marge Organo’s insights of vision and humanity

"Prismatic Visions" by Marge Organo manages to incorporate different figurations that play with diffused light, utilizing transparency and translucency

Guerra Guerra: Revisiting Charlie Co’s paintings of the world’s trending headlines

Filipino artist Charlie Co does not stray from his 40-year stance as a chronicler of our times, painting commentaries on the society's perennial issues

Morality Tales: The quintessential art of Manny Garibay

The Art of Manny Garibay is not just a commentary on the daily virtues and vices of life, but a realization of obvious truths within the society

Wrap up: 5 extraordinary works of the late installation artist, Christo

The artworks of Christo and his wife and artistic partner, Jeanne-Claude, involves “everything in the real world: risk, danger, beauty, and energy”

And the rest is history: The Art of Don Salubayba

Artworks of the late Don Salubayba purports that history is never a thing of the past; it is ever present, tainting or enhancing all that is and will be