June 21, 2012 - Washington, DC
I was one of the featured artists for this year’s Brown Strokes on a White Canvas (BSWC) Art Exhibit. It has been a privilege for me to join the Fil-Am maestros of the Metropolitan Washington, DC. I got so inspired with all those beautiful paintings and sculptures showcased that night. I met new friends and opened up possibilities for collaborations in the future.
I am so thankful for all your wonderful greetings. I wish you were all there with us too. It was a night full of colors and smiles. :D Thank you BSWC and PAFC for introducing artists like me to our community. Cheers to more art shows to come!
With the artist :)
With the BSWC group
With my lovely family and friends
With Amy Quinto and her piece
With Julian Oteyza and Gary Reyes
With Mr. Ador Carreon of PAFC
My latest art work to join the Summer 2012 collection.
Title: “The Escape”, Watercolor on Canson; 2012
Jade Ocinar at the Embassy of the Philippines, Washington, DC
Please stay tuned for my next art exhibit in Manila soon! xxx
Title: “Savannah & Pacific”, Acrylic on Canvas; 2012
Title: “A Girl Named Chalsea”, Acrylic on Canvas; 2012
Title: “Blizzard 2010”, Graphite on Canson; 2010
Title: “Mutia”, Charcoal Pencil on Canson; 2010
Title: “Tilda”, Pencil on Paper; 2012
Title: “Friendship Heights”; Pencil on Paper; 2012
Title: “Good Tidings To You”, Pen on Paper; 2011
Title: “Mangosteen Still Life”, Mixed Media; 2010
Title: “Seeing the Wonders of Nature and You”, Found Art; 2012
April 7, 2012 (Easter weekend) - It was a beautiful Saturday to take pictures around the neighborhood and see people enjoying the outdoors. Colors were in full bloom!
I was in the library that afternoon for the ‘Meet & Greet with the Artist’ where family and friends also came to see my exhibit. :)
Meet the artist. :)
With my auntie, Jenka Eusebio
With my lolo, Jun Eusebio and lola, Jovy Eusebio (on the portrait)
A bunch of girls who loved my doodles.
Meet the girl behind those hands…Chalsea Manlucu, a good friend of mine.
This piece was intended for an art contest in 2011, but I decided to keep the concept and feature it in my first solo exhibit.
With my auntie, May Eusebio Lopez
With my friend, Calvin Keen
I would like to say thank you for all the greetings, wishes, and especially to friends who have visited my exhibit last April. I hope you can also send me your pictures. :)
Thank you to Potomac Library for letting us share our treasured memoirs, art, and hobbies to the community. Until next time!