One of my paintings done in 2005 I used Amerindian animal symbols in the painting to tell the a story of harmony in nature and love. It was the first time I stepped out of my trained style #painting#acrylic#artist#memoryofart#oldworks
Old oil painting of the Rice Terreces. The painting was made with thick impressions of oil using a brush and a pallet knife. I'm glad that I am able to almost restore the painting. It was gray and almost colorless when I retrieved it from our old storage.
This is a portrait of my geart grand mother Eusebia Flores Punsalan (wife of Valeriano Punsalan) painted in Quezon City in 1941 by my great grand dad's cousin. It was said that my great grand mother came from a bloodline of artists and sculptors in Laguna. This may be the reason why I bacame an artist.
Artist: N. Quinto Lvna Cousin of Valeriano from Sta. Cruz Laguna
This is a portrait of my great grand dad Valeriano Punsalan, who is a Mason. It was painted in Naning Ponse Quezon City during his last days lying on his death bed in Febuary 26, 1950. He was only wearing a white camisa de chino on that day and the barong was only added by the artist.
It was good to know my lineage and that I came from a bloodline of artists.