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Philippine Painting - Tutong Tree by Paul Hilario

Tutong Tree is a painting by Paul Hilario which was uploaded on September 1st, 2011.

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I just addedthis yo my favorites - I like to do trees - "only God can make a tree".

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Paula for the appreciation! This is one of my favorites too! :-)

So wonderfully original Paul

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks again Sandra!

Thank you very much Laura, Rhonda, Kathy, Odon, Carol and Bill! Of course thank you also to the buyer! I am very delighted that my works are appreciated enough that people are moved to shell out a few dollars to hang them on their walls. Some artists here at FAA make a killing in selling their art. I am just happy enough that I have a way to let other see mine and in those rare moments when there is a sale, I feel a sense of achievement that as an artist I pass. Thank you again to all.

Congratulations on your sale Paul!!

Congrats on your sale. :)

Congratulations on your sale...........Odon.

congrats on your sale

Congrats on your sale Paul! :-)

A big "yahoo!" on your sale, Paul!

Congrats on your first place contest win. v

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Kathleen!

Paul, Hello, besides your use of cheerful colors, there always seems to be a little story behind your art, --- here do I wonder if the two are a waiting for a GO. - Thank you for commenting on my girlfriends eyes.

Paul Hilario replied:

Eve, how you see it so shall it be! Yes, I do include a story, a lesson or some symbolism in my art - though of course it doesn't always show. Salamat for the comment.

I love your artwork! Tutong in my country is called 'pegao' and , when its rains on someone wedding day, old people use to say that is because the bride ate pegao' the day before her wedding. day,

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Judith! Thanks for the info also! I might try to paint that one of these days. That would be fun to do!

Paul, I Really like the composition and difference in tonal values on the faces..

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Anjali. Your profile image isn't a lot different from this painting. Except for the colors of course. Thanks for the comment and appreciation.The split face tonal value is a signature (not entirely unique) of mine. :-)

I love the dramatic and symmetrical color expression! Wonderful work, Paul! Thank you for sharing it!!

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Xueling for noticing the colors! This piece shows my preference of using complementray colors with high contrast which results to each individual color "popping" out. This way I am almost always certain to make very bright and bold paintings.

Very optimistic. Excellent work, Paul!

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