July 28, 2021
Eastwood City is hosting “I’mperfect”, an art exhibition showcasing the impeccable talents of various gifted Filipino artists.
The gallery will be held at the Eastwood Mall Atrium from July 29 to August 1, where guests can immerse themselves in masterpieces that are grouped into four parts: The Body, The Mind, The Soul, and The Spirit.
Swipe through each photo to know more about the different galleries.
Guests can start their tour with The Body, which will showcase paintings made by award-winning foot artist Mr. Amado Dulnuan. Born without both of his arms, Amado was sent to a home for disabled people at a young age. He then went on to study Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines. Since then, he has been invited to hold solo exhibits in different parts of the country, as well as abroad. He is currently part of the Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, an organization that was built to support sale of artworks by physically-handicapped artists.
The second gallery in the exhibit, The Mind, will feature works of children painters who have been diagnosed with autism, leukemia, and other chronic illnesses. In partnership with MBrace Project and Special Achievers, proceeds from the sale of the paintings will fund the medical treatment of the young artists.
The Soul will have guests appreciate the beauty of life. The artists in this exhibition are undergoing or have survived depression and anxiety. The meaningful collaboration was made possible through the Philippine Mental Health Association, which is a non-profit group that aims to raise awareness and provide services that can improve the mental health of the Filipinos.
The last display is The Spirit collection. The gallery is filled with artworks by free-spirited artists from Neo Angono Artists Collective. The group is both a movement and an organization made up of visual artists, writers, poets, musicians, theatre people, and more in the art and culture spectrum.
Empower local artists and find inspiration through their works of art. All the proceeds from the sale of the paintings in “I’mperfect” will go directly to the featured artists.