Sa Batalan Ni Nanay
Ada PanopioSa Batalan Ni Nanay
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 36"
Tunay na napakabilis ng panahon na tila kahapon ay mumos palamang. Isang yugto ng buhay na napaka-sarap balik-balikan. Ang paglalaro ng patintero sa kalsada, chinese garter, panliligo sa ulan, taguan at habulan. Nadiyan pa yung tatawagin ka bigla ni Nanay, kasi kailangan mo matulog sa hapon, yung oras na yun pa naman masarap maglaro.. Kailangan mo muna maligo bago ka humiga. Itong batalan ni Nanay, araw araw kong tinutuntungan. Isang alala na kailanman ay mananatiling puno ng umagaagos na biyaya ng tubig, galing sa buhos ng pagmamahal ni Nanay. Mahal kita Inay.
Ada Panopio started young as an illustrator but her interesting life experiences give even much more meaning to every inch of her masterpieces rather than being mere commercial art. Her pallet of striking and sometimes contrasting colors gives depth to the canvas which in turn reflects her emotions of the time. She is a former graphic artist who is now making a name for herself as a consummate painter in both the local and international art scenes. A wife and a mother, she is a prolific artist having participated in over 50 exhibits both in the Philippines and abroad since 2019. Apart from being included in the books, Alphabet of Filipino Contemporary Artist Book by Lander Blanza and Euro Intermedia International: The Gift Beyond Heritage, Heart for Art by Geraldine Vitor-Hernandez-Martens, Ph.D.; Ada is the featured artist in Europe Pinoy Media Network Magazine. She also furnished an artwork piece for the Philippine Embassy in Rabat, Morocco, and participated in the 10th Mandala Art Festival, Pulilan, Bulacan. Despite all her life roles, one cannot take the artist's heart from her as she finds refuge with every stroke of her brush. Her portfolio is not limited to portraiture, realism, surrealism as she is adventurous enough to try other themes and media. You can tell with the message of her works; hers' is something you can relate to with your heart and soul. Proud member of Arte Bauan, Grupo Sining Batangueno at KUNST Philippines and Daloy Likha.