I have lots of time to update my blog but I never got the push to do so. But now I’m back, and somewhat inspired. My mind keeps on quoting experiences that keeps me thinking. Ready ?? :3
STUNNING MINIATURE SCULPTURES BY JOE FIG
Joe Fig is an artist born and raised in Long Island, New York. Fig’s work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States and Europe. Joe Fig’s naturalism and attention to detail are astounding, his sculptures (Table Sculptures / Artist at work), paintings and photographs have garnered critical acclaim and can be found in numerous museums and private collections. In his new book, ‘Inside the Painter’s Studio’, artist Joe Fig documents the day-to-day lives of 24 contemporary artists with photos of their studios, notes on their work habits, and interviews about where and how they make art.
I WANT TO MAKE MINIATURE SCULPTURES LIKE THESE !! :) Hahaha. GOT TO ADD THIS TO MY “TO DO LIST FOR SUMMER 2013”
'Cause we can't get enough of adventures together.
Nakaka-miss lang talaga kayo kasama. Sa summer ulit ?? :)
Without pain, how could we know joy?’ This is an old argument in the field of thinking about suffering and its stupidity and lack of sophistication could be plumbed for centuries but suffice it to say that the existence of broccoli does not, in any way, affect the taste of chocolate.”
― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars
(c) Karylle Glipo Escoto
Just because I’m a supportive and proud ATE, that I’m also their personal photographer. Keep playing those string things that produces those weird sounds. Hahaha :D Ate LOVES you my dear siblings.
it’s hard to let go, if what you’ve been holding on seems so true. if the memories you treasure, are too good to be compared to. when, the words that are shared seems to have more meaning than the superficial. how can one let go? when, even the thought makes you cry and want to remember more? when every memory, makes you want to travel back into the past and stay? but this is a must. one can’t continue living the present together with the past. let go and move on.
noong unang panahon, ako ang boss :) ung tipong “ako ang bahala” (with matching chin up and smirk). feel na feel ko noon dhil ako ang matangkad. ako lng ang nkksakay sa rides ng mga amusement parks n may height requirement. ako ang responsible ate, na khit tatlo sila n ksma ko at bigla … disperse, may kanya kanyang pupuntahan then ako ay nsa panic mode kung sino ang una kong hihilahin pbalik. ako ang nananahimik ng biglang may brilliant idea sila n gustong puntahan pero wla silang ksma, kumusta nman na may nag volunteer pra sakin. mbabait n mga bata, at ako ang nppsubok khit na ayaw ko gawin pra lng may ksama sila. diba ako ang dakilang ate? pero bat ang bilis ata ng pnahon?! bigla bigla nlng nag shoot-up ang aking little minions, aba kung dati ako ang tower, ngayon sila ang towering. lagot, di n ako mkpag chin up with matching smirk. pero dhil ibingay sakin ang pagkktaon n ito, gmitin ng tama! sa picture na ito, ipinapakilala ko ang aking mga KUYA !! yey ! “KUYA KUYA!” with matching chin up and evil smirk ;’) oh yeah. makes me feel so young !
you are all invited to visit the UP Painters’ Club art exhibit at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).
"I’m painting an idea not an ideal. Basically I’m trying to paint a structured painting full of controlled, and therefore potent, emotion."- Euan Uglow
:) have an art filled day at our exhibit ! thank you ;’)
happy happy birthday to my twin brother ;)
may God shower you with abundant blessings.
cheers to life !!
photos taken from home-designing.com
i want to spend Christmas in red, white and gold colors. :)
time flies. it’s already October and soon it will be Christmas season. my favorite.
amazing :) life’s miracles. and before i saw this, i thought it was impossible (‘\^_^/’)
LIONESS BETRIENDS BABY IMPALA
Photographer Adri De Visser captured photos of the amazing sight when a lioness befriended a baby Uganda Kob after killing its mother. In the photo series, the lioness seemingly adopts the baby antelope, nuzzling it and picking it up by the scruff of its neck.
am i invisible to you ?
so here i am, materializing in your cyber world - again. and like always, i seem to be invisible. am i such a no one that you wouldn’t even bother making stupid excuses ? seems like even on a very special day, i am nothing. nothing but invisible. but hey, I EXIST. thought you should know. and may i add that i’m a person too. and like any other person, i feel HURT. i thought we were close, well i KNOW we are. but what happened ? why ignore me all of the sudden ? did you ever think that i deserve an explanation ? well if you did, **** for telling me. ‘cause now, i know. i have an idea. so NOT the case. well at the very least, if not as a friend, SEE ME AS HUMAN BEING.
Title: “Action Speaks for the Masked Emotion”
Size: 2*3 feet
Medium: Mixed Media
Karylle Glipo Escoto
resident member of UP Painters’ Club
*currently in the exhibit of UP Painters’ Club, Labing Isang Daliri 2012 at Sining Makiling Gallery, University of the Philippines, Los Baños, Laguna.