BAI CHROMATICA: A Women's Month Showcase by BAI HINANG WOMEN ARTIST in Davao

Within the last quarter of 2020 and the whole year of 2021, we’ve all missed face-to-face events and business – and we are worse for it, especially in the social media, blogosphere, video creators, etc.. And yes, we’ve been stuck behind our computer screens for two years now, it’s sometimes hard to remember the power face-to-face events have and particularly, how those chance meetings at live events can come about so unexpectedly and yet be so profound.

Honestly, I miss all the personal interactions. The chances of meeting and to have conversations between delegates, event sponsors, exhibiting companies or even the event organizers, that lead to everything from business collaborations, knowledge sharing and ongoing relationships, business or otherwise.

I was invited to attend Round Table Discussion about Gender & Art, but it turns out I'm having a one-on-one interview with some of the Bai Hinang artists.

I'm so honoured to interview two wonderful artists of BaiHinang Davao Women Artists in the BAI CHROMATICA ART Women's Month Showcase held at La Herencia Davao. The exhibition is open to the public at the Arc Library in La Herencia Davao, F. Torres St., Davao City.

BTW, BaiHinang is Davao City's first all female artist group. It's a mix of professional artists and hobbyists, its main goal is to showcase the plethora of artistic talents, from realistic paintings to pure abstractions.

Thanks so much Jacinta Eve Sevilla of @tesori.rosari and Aimee Suarez of @aimeesuarezart

Watch the full interview here ⬇️⬇️⬇️

BAI HINANG DAVAO artist Jacinta Eve Sevilla.

The love for nature and animals are her inspiration in creating her works. She is also into making jewelries and rosaries. You can check some of her works at her Instagram @tesori.rosario

BAI HINANG DAVAO artist Aimee Suarez is now more inclined in creating oil canvas painting.

She gets her inspiration from the daily lives of the people, places and environment.

More artworks from her Facebook Page @aimeesuarezart

Indeed, face-to-face events really are what makes the world go round! So glad I'm back, doing the things I loved. Thanks to BaiHinang Davao and Tita Mae Fe Ancheta for invitation.

Though the RTD becomes a one-on-one interview,  still our discussion is their own interpretation regarding GENDER & ART,  what inspire them and where do they get their inspiration. Both artists express themselves through their art, the outcome of the cultural process of sexual and social identity is well-presented through their artworks.

I totally agree in the article I've read at entitled "FINALLY, RESEARCH SUGGESTS FEMALE ARTISTS ARE MORE CREATIVE THAN MEN". It's a new study from a music researchers that women are engaged in creative fields like art, music, and literature at higher rates than men – and are generally more creative than men

For me, maybe because women are more patient and very endearing to their crafts and activities. We are more interested in, that if we like something, we work hard to have it! We are more compassionate biologically speaking and I agree to that! 👍

Happy Women's Day to all!