ART WORKS: PARA SA BISAYAS

by - Sunday, November 17, 2013

When Typhoon Yolanda strikes our country and totally damage Tacloban City and every part of barangay in Visayas, millions of millions of HELP from different countries extend their hands to make their donations.

But as our beloved Mayor Rudy Duterte quoted from his last statement during the second batch of Davao Central 911 Search and Rescue Team sent to Tacloban City: 


"Only the Filipino can help the Filipino at the end of the day."

In relation to this a non-profit organization lead by different artists from Art Works unite as one to sell their personal artworks and give 100% of the proceeds to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.


Here are some of the art works from different artists that I randomly selected as my favorite from their Facebook Page.


"Kapit Anak" 11x17 Digital Painting
by Atan Talas
P1000 per print
5 prints only


"Inay Ko Po" 11x17 Digital Painting
by Atan Talas
P1000 per print
5 prints only

Untitled
A4 size, P500 each.
Melissa Vibar
 
Luha
9x12 Watercolor
P400
by caydg

When World Collide
A3
P 900

by Amielle Angeles


Please do visit their page and take part as a citizen of the Philippines to donate by buying some of their works at the same time you help our Kababayan in Visayas.



Would like to take this opportunity to thank ART WORKS: PARA SA BISAYAS for allowing me to post their pictures here on my website.





DAGHANG SALAMAT



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21 comments

  1. The first 2 pictures are so powerful. You can really see through how they withstand the disaster and tragedy brought by the typhoon. I hope all of the proceeds will be given directly to the victims.. :)

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  2. Carl: Sana ay marami ang bumili ng mga artwork para maraming matulungan na biktima ng bagyong Yolanda. Sa panahon ngayon dapat talaga ay gawin lahat para makatulong sa kapwa. Thanks for sharing this Raine

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  3. wow! as a fine art student, I really appreciate all these artworks and these are all great!. Filipinos are such great artists.

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  4. Superb artworks, unjustly priced. I remember a quote from 9gag.com If I remember it right, it goes like this:
    Support the living artist, the dead ones don't need it.

    Kudos to the Artist who wholeheartedly offered their talents to show compassion to the victims of Yolanda. :)

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  5. They're so talented! BTW I remember an 'artwork' auctioned by Anne Curtis in showtime, it had raised 105k but it was sooo simple. It's like a kid can do that more artistically than Anne's. But the bottom line is, the money went to the victims, still a nice gesture.

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  6. I like the "When worlds collide" picture. There is a certain kind of beauty in chaos that was captured.

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  7. I liked the Luha best because it evokes a special kind of emotion that not only relates to the typhoon Yolanda but to general sadness. Creative work of art!

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  8. the digital painting is superb. i actually thought it was done in oil. at times like this, not only the filipino fighting spirit is there, also the deep sense of creativity :)

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  9. I like how the artworks evoke a Filipino theme and at the same time that it's gonna help people struggling due to Typhoon Yolanda.

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  10. I love arts especially painting and drawings.. it's really nice that we filipinos have a lot of ways to help one another in times of troubles

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  11. wow, Bisaya are the best when it comes to artworks and I am glad to know that they are using their talents to help fellow Filipino. I especially love the "Kapit Anak"

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  12. This is a nice way to help out our fellow Filipinos who have been affected by the storm.
    -Wanderer Juan

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  13. For those into collecting great art works, thisis a g great opportunity. 2-in-1 ..you get your choice art piece and at the same time you have given your share sa 'Yolanda' victims.

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  14. the third artwork looks stunning! it looks so dramatic and so full of emotions!

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  15. Wooow ang gaganda ng gawa nila :O May fave would be the first pick on your post. It's dramatic and I love the colors too, phil flag.

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  16. There's something about museums and art that's close to my heart. And as a huge fan of expressionism art, the fact that the artist celebrated the life of those who fought to survive the rage of Super Typhoon Yolanda... is really extraordinary.

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  17. people making use of their talents to help those in need, is as beautiful as their masterpiece. kudos, guys. Yahweh bless. ralph

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  18. I love the Inay Ko Po and Luha paintings. Ayyy ganda! And they;re not so expensive ha. Those paintings are powerful and expressive :)

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  19. Wow ! Those art works are so beautiful! Hope there are many people buy that to help our kababayan in Tacloban.

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  20. We are the ones who could really help them. I hope that instead of bashing the gov't, people should rather focus on extending their helping hands.

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  21. this is another for way of expressing support for our fellow kababayan especially in Visayas, I have checked their Page and there are lots of artworks :) you have a good choice of photos Pal

    - Francis

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