Pambato ni Kite
Boyet D. DreamerSapul
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 36"
Pambato ni Kite is a childhood scenario where a boy is treated like a guru once he masters the techniques of making a perfect kite that can soar and rule the blue skies. The piece captures the classic Filipino do-it-yourself kite assembly using strings rolled on empty cans, plastic market bags, and bamboo sticks.
Boyet D. Dreamer usually works on common subjects from daily lives, everyday places, objects, and nature through acrylic painting. He produces paintings ranging from funny or happy scenes, busy places to religious subjects such as mother and child, all of which are created through his mood, life experiences and free-roaming creativity. In his artworks, cubism is Boyet’s favored technique to establish a certain trademark or style. In addition to this, he also enjoys realism. Boyet D. Dreamer is a graduate of Fine Arts in UST, and spent most of his working years as an Art Director in various advertising companies. Currently, he works as a freelance artist to manage time for family and work, occasionally joining competitions and online exhibits. These sweet little steps help him balance his time on work, family, and above all God.