Acrylic on Watercolor Paper
15"x20" without frame/ 22"x28" with frame
The parable of The Prodigal Son is the inspiration for this artwork. The son's good deeds are depicted by the white foot prints, while the son's evil deeds are represented by the red foot prints.
Elias Evardone Pernecita Jr. was born in San Juan City, Philippines, on August 29, 1965. He works for several construction firms as an architect and designer, and he is a member of the UAP Rizal East Chapter. He is also a former San Juan Municipal Government city planning and development officer. He is involved in the restoration of Corregidor's heritage structures, including Cine Corregidor, as well as the rehabilitation of the Bureau of Quarantines' façade. He recently competed in the Commission on Human Rights' Freedom Memorial Design Competition, and his design was included in a coffee table book published by the University of the Philippines Diliman as one of the Top 112 in the competition. The university also presented certificates to the Top 112 finalists at a ceremony held at the National Museum in Manila. Architect Pernecita is primarily an artist who works with permanent colored ink and acrylic paint. His work mainly revolves around abstract and neo-expressionist themes.