Share Iloilo: Duog Hidait (Peace Hold) – Paul Angelou Patiño Art Exhibit

Last October 28, 2017, we came to Cinemateque Iloilo to join the European Film Festival and that was also the time when one promising Ilonggo visual artist by the name of Paul Angelo is having his exhibit entitled “Duog Hidait (Peace Hold).Duog Hidait (Peace Hold) the Exhibitions

duog hidait exhibit

This is the exhibition by Paul Angelou Patiño, a Fine Arts student in the University of San Agustin. His artworks mainly speak about forgiveness and redemption inspired by the Philippine Literature.

Paul Angelou Patiño as an Artist

The visual artist is a 22-year-old student who is currently in his 4th year in the University of San Agustin. He is taking up Bachelors of Fine Arts – a course for everyone who has a passion of the art and everyone who wanted to improve themselves more in various art forms such as painting, drawing, sculpting and performance arts.

Painting as His Passion

Every fine art students has his/her strength when it comes to art forms. For Paul, painting is one of his strengths along with Digital Art which he likes because of the medium and he is using these for his personal purposes.

The Artist Inspirations

He draws his inspirations from his hobbies – playing video games and watching fictions like cartoons and anime. Through these activities, he is able to come up with ideas in creating his world, stories and characters for his thesis.

The animators and the developers are his main inspiration when it comes to designing characters, references, story and plot that they use in developing their games and stories. To give his personal touch, he made the Philippine Literature and Mythology (especially in Panay) to create his world and characters. Visible examples in his artworks are Hinilawod and Bakunawa.

Aside from them, he is also a big fan of JRR Tolkein – the author of the famous Lord of the Ring and The Hobbit.

I may not have a good camera to capture everything but I will try my best to take you into a virtual tour in Paul’ Duog Hidait in case you have missed it.

Iligan by Paul Angelou Patino
Iligan
4 X 6 Feet
Acrylic on Canvas
Initnog by Paul Angelou Patino
Initnog
4 X 6 Feet
Acrylic on Canvas
Ang Pagsalakay by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Pagsalakay
3 X 4 Feet
Acrylic on Canvas
Igbato by Paul Angelou Patino
Ig-bato
37 X 24 cm
Acrylic on Canvas
Ang Pagtudlo by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Pagtudlo
3 X 4 ft
Acrylic on Canvas

 

Pagpasar sa Tilaw ni Duta by Paul Angelou Patino
Pagpasar sa Tilaw ni Duta
18 X 24 cm
Acrylic on Canvas
Ang Pagpirdi sang Kampeon ni Kalayo by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Pagpirdi sang Kampeon ni Kalayo
18 X 24 cm
Acrylic on Canvas
Ang Bato Sang Walay Kamatayon by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Bato Sang Walay Kamatayon
18 X 24 cm
Acrylic on Canvas
Ang Tagapagbantay Sang Kweba by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Tagapagbantay Sang Kweba
3 X 4 ft
Acrylic on Canvas
Isugon vs Hilo Landong by Paul Angelou Patino
Isugon vs Hilo Landong
Acrylic on Canvas

 

Ang Pagbangon by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Pagbangon
3 X 4 ft
Acrylic on Canvas

 

Ang Pagpatay ni Datu Sak Punon by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Pagpatay ni Datu Sak Punon
3 X 4 ft
Acrylic on Canvas

 

Ang Pagtilingob sang Igbato kag Igdalanwon by Paul Angelou Patino
Ang Pagtilingob sang Igbato kag Igdalanwon
43 X 24 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

 

Sa Delikado na Lugar by Paul Angelou Patino
Sa Delikado na Lugar
30 X 25 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

 

Luguod by Paul Angelou Patino
Luguod
4 X 6 ft
Acrylic on Canvas

These are all 100x more stunning in actual. At 22, Paul has already taken a big step in the world of arts. Now his exhibit was held in Iloilo – and one day, the next time we all know it, he will be big.

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