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Full circle. If there are two words in the English language that could best describe the journey of Salvador M. Mascardo II as an artist, these 2 words are exactly on point.
To those who haven’t met the artist, Saldy has his name up on klieglights. Renowned for his signature aesthetics, form, and function in the field of architecture, Saldy tread a not so distantly different path once in his reckless youth. The path of a fine arts enthusiast, one who wanted to become known for his watercolor strokes and not that of a master planner or a builder.
For those who adore paintings, you would know how watercolor is a medium that can be as demanding and temperamental as those who choose to paint with it. Thus, so it goes for this artist and his command of the water and the brush. Through the years, Saldy has never forgotten to look back to his roots as an artist.
He adores the essential elements, the value of light and composition, and continues to make every piece speak the many moods of the subject he chooses to paint. He respects the brush because the opportunity to correct errors are limited. Every piece takes time. Every piece a mirror of his character. Often unpredictable and vividly colorful.
They’ve said that watercolour is more art than acrylics or oil, as the colours are transparent. A reflection of the metaphysics of the painter’s life, as it could be for this portrait of Saldy as an artist. For what it’s worth, in full circle of his journey as an artist, Saldy embraces life for what it is and what it has to offer.
Happy accidents included.
Category: Ahon




Medium : Watercolor on Paper

Size : 18 x 18 inches

Yeaer : 2022

Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 60 × 60 × 3 cm


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