Living Life Through Arts

primetime consists of mostly anime (you know, those Japanese made cartoons). It was the

Let me take a quick break from my usual writing to promote my “job”.

If you take a gander at my blog, you’d find bits and pieces of my drawings — mostly doodles — that I post here since I established this site.

I fell in love with art back in second grade when the free TV schedule for primetime consists of mostly anime (you know, those Japanese made cartoons). It was the 90s, only the elite have the Internet and as children, we entertain ourselves in the evenings by watching these cartoons. I eventually discovered that I like drawing the characters of these cartoons — unfortunately, drawing (and arts, in general) does not like me back.

Fast forward to my high school years, I developed my love for comic books and decided to take drawing seriously when I saw a classmate draw awesome images. I was ecstatic, I was determined. But my artistic growth was slow and who can blame me? I am teaching myself by copying certain images from magazines. Up to this day, it is hard for me to deal with colors.

That’s the setback when you’re ” self-taught”. However, when you take formal art lessons, it is sure that you’re going to tread the right path.

Here at Life ‘n Arts, we believe in the importance of art for an individual. As I have said a number of times, art can provide some sort of catharsis, of wellness. We encourage everyone to take up arts — painting, specifically — to be able to relieve stress and personal problems. In its 17 years of existence, we are proud to produce artists that are able to make their own impact in the competitive world of local contemporary art scene.

We’d appreciate it if you’d give us a try and let us help you tread the path to artistic excellence and wellness. For more information about the lessons we offer or the products we sell, please check out http://www.lifenarts.com.

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