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The Dark and Light of Angel Moreno’s 7th One Man Art Exhibit.

A celebration of animals, flowers and fish, captivates the first painting exhibit in the newly open Dark And Light Art Gallery in Don Alejandro Roces Avenue in Quezon City, as they present the 7th one man Art exhibit of Angel Moreno last March 21, 2015.

Thirty pieces of his artworks mostly themed with his subject of coy fishes, sunflowers, roosters, horses, and tigers, are up on sale up to April 11, proceeds in each painting sold is given to Unilab Foundations, on their Play It Forward project as the beneficiary.



Moreno’s work is simply brilliance since he is painting in a very modern technique, not the usual art pieces you will see in some galleries, he is recreating the picture to come alive when you are looking at it, he simply called it embossed art that he admit a tough one to made due to layering of paints and colors. Mostly he paints by laying down in order for the paint to be perfectly assembled. His color combination using mixed media is something to look forward, a unique one I must say.

A bisaya in blood, Moreno aside from being a painter, he is also a multimedia artist who’s earlier talents includes being a film animator, and acoustic singer in different bars in Manila. Currently a resident of Quezon City, Moreno is an undergraduate of Fine Arts in University of the Philippines.


In our interview, he emphasize that most of his works is where his heart and mind, it can be notice through the evolution of colors he uses in many years, from monochrome  and now to a 3D portrait.

For more information visit The Dark and Light Art Gallery at 271A PBDionisio Building, Don Alejandro Roces Avenue, Quezon City. Or like their page in Facebook. 

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