Joey Ofludor blooms at Art Asia Gallery

New Harvest 2, Joey Ofludor

Rizal’s homegrown artist Joey Ofludor presents his new collection at Art Asia in SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

A former protégé of National Artist Ang Kiukok, Ofludor veers from his brand of surrealism and creates pieces mostly in the form of expressionism. The artworks feature the different forms of blooming flora, which serve as a balm to soothe our pandemic-rattled spirits.

The collection is comprised of 25 pieces created using oil painting, the preferred medium of the artist. Ofludor also created the frames for each art piece he painted. Known to dabble in various forms of art like wood sculpting and mixed media, the wooden frames that hold up the art pieces in place to show off their poignant strokes and colors are expressions of art itself. The ongoing exhibit, presented by Art Asia Gallery and Artworx Philippines, opened on July 23. More information is available from Maila Fermil via 0915-2356508.


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