Aral Pinoy is grateful to all the support given by those who are involved on this event that they made it possible by their love and generosity. Through their amazing artworks, they are offering one of the many solutions to solving the problem for the need for teaching Good Manners and Right Conduct (GMRC) by teaching through Art and Values Integration (AVI) by raising the awareness on HUMAN VALUES as many outside factors influence children’s values in this new age.
These are the FIVE HUMAN VALUES, namely, (1) Truth, (2) Righteousness / Justice, (3) Peace, (4) Love and (5) Non-Violence that are already embedded in them and inherent in the society and are also found cross-culturally and in all spiritual traditions/religions.
With the theme: ART IMITATING ART (AIA), these 10 Wanna be Artists imitated or copied a portion of a cubism artwork of Pablo Picasso, the Guernica, a style of painting showing objects that are fractured into geometric forms and using multiple and contrasting perspectives in a single painting. "It is regarded by many art critics as one of the most moving and powerful anti-war paintings in history, and is one of Picasso's best known works." Those who will buy these artworks will not only have the joy of appreciating them or beautifying their homes or offices, they will be investing for the future of Aral Pinoy Scholars. Buy now and invest for their future.
The artworks’ prices start from P2,000 pesos. See the posting of each of the artwork of the following the 10 Wanna be Artists soon!
Read more here: https://www.pablopicasso.org/guernica.jsp
Guernica (Spanish: [ɡeɾˈnika], Basque: [ɡernika]) is a large oil painting on canvas by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso completed in June 1937. Now in the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, the gray, black, and white painting was done at Picasso's home in Paris. It is regarded by many art critics as one of the most moving and powerful anti-war paintings in history,and is one of Picasso's best known works.
Nazi's devastating bombing of Guernica (26 April 1937) was an aerial bombing of the Basque town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War. It involved the bombing of civilians by a military air force, allegedly a war crime, at the time unparalleled in military history and brandished as one of the first crimes against humanity to grip the global imagination.