Students from the College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) displayed their works in “Passions Exhibit,” in celebration of their college week last Nov. 19 at the Beato Angelico Building.

With the theme “KUTITAP: Illuminate Your Passion Within,” the exhibit was divided into three sections: artwork, photography and a mix of artwork and photography.

The first section focused on artworks ranging from painting to sketches.

Advertising arts sophomore Jeremiah Aranas used ink on paper in his exhibit “Tinta at Papel,” which illustrated human forms of zodiac signs.

“I really like the rawness and clear pictures of black and white. With just ink and paper, you can reveal yourself in the simplest form but with style, technique and with intricacies,” Aranas told the Varsitarian in an online interview.

“Like any other CFAD student, we use the same mediums to make art but we have different styles on how we will project ourselves through our art,” he added.

Advertising arts student Patrick Rico depicted poor children in his piece “Never burn bridges,” drawn using charcoal on a 20”x30” master illustration board.

Rico said depicting street children and poverty is his passion.

Varsitarian photographer Renzelle Picar joined the photography exhibit with “At The Moment,” which shows a girl using an automated teller machine at night.

A motorcycle driver trying to make his way through the heavy traffic of the city was the subject of “Motorista,” by painting student Reuben Gool.

The third section, a mix of artwork and photography, featured the works of alumna Katherine Capiral, whose various plate pf interior design were titled “Realistic Paintings.”

“Passions Exhibit” ran until Nov. 22. N.P.S. Gonzales


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