Feature Friday: LSU Art Exhibit 2014

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With G2B trending every night, it seems like everybody is inspired to become Chichay!  Even I myself is enthralled into arts again and so aching to put my hands on a brush and a palette.  But time constrained me to do so but thanks to the Culture and Arts Office of La Salle University-Ozamiz for having their art exhibit last February 26, 2014.  With the theme “Arts on the Edge:  Arts for Healing.  Arts for All.”, I was greatly amazed by the talent our artist students showed.  With this, my painting dream had at least been fed!  So here are a few of my faves! 🙂

Title: Set Free Artist: Quennie Joy L. Bacabis
Title: Set Free
Artist: Quennie Joy L. Bacabis
Title: Alivrance Artist: Danna Delle M. Castillo
Title: Alivrance
Artist: Danna Delle M. Castillo
Title: The Aftermath Artist: Eliah Jeanne Angelfern Zamoras
Title: The Aftermath
Artist: Eliah Jeanne Angelfern Zamoras
Title: A Talent Behind Darkness Artist: Ardenne Kim Simeon
Title: A Talent Behind Darkness
Artist: Ardenne Kim Simeon

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The paintings that were showcased look like being done by pros!  I may not be an artist but I can say that these paintings are excellent!  I stood there mesmerized by the display of colors, emotions, and ideas.  Especially the painting entitled Set Free.  I lingered over it and returned into it over and over again.  Oh, how I wished I could bring it home!  But the paintings were unfortunately not for sale.

So let me just say congratulations to all our artist students and LSU Culture and Arts Office for a job superbly done!  Keep on painting and may you have a bigger exhibit and hopefully an auction in the near future! 🙂

*Images above were taken by my phone only.  My apologies for the images without caption.  Credits to the owner of the paintings.

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