A young Filipino artist explores what it means to be away from home in her first solo exhibit in Vancouver.
Pinay painter Bea Aspiras’ first ever solo art exhibit drew young art patrons in Vancouver.
Aspiras dared reveal her emotions in her show, entitled Innermost.
Her artwork, “If Barbie was a Painter,” showed her feminist side.
It tries to veer women away from the Barbie stereotype, and promote women’s empowerment.
Pinoy painter Leo Cunanan, Jr. of the Dimasalang III International artist group finds her art visually attractive.
Aspiras is holding her new art exhibit in Siargao this month at the Primitivo Art Gallery.