NINA CARPIO REYES: A True Pinay’s Art Exhibition in London

A good number of Pinoys headed for The Brick Lane Gallery to see three original art pieces of Nina Carpio Reyes on her first public art exhibition together with 4 other international artists – Penny Grigoriou, Judith Whitehouse, Viorel Simion- Marton and Linda Simmonds from 22nd January to 3rd February 2020 at 93-95 Sclater Street, London E1 6HR.

Gospel Art: Three Art Pieces that brings prominence to a choice of 3 rare acrylic masterpieces of Nina that has deep spiritual meanings to any Christian believer showcasing:

1) ‘ADAM’ (in Hebrew: Man) – The creation.
Genesis 2:23 … Then the man said “This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called Woman as she was taken out of Man.”
2) ‘DAM’ (in Hebrew: Blood) – The passion and salvation by Jesus Christ
John 3:16 … “For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”
3) ‘ADAMAH’ (in Hebrew: Land) – The miracle, promises and the covenant.
Mathew 14:18 … “Bring them here to me” he said.
:19 And he directed the people to sit down on the
grass. Taking the five loaves and two fish and looking
up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves.
Then he gave them to his disciples and distributed
them to the people.
:20 They all ate and were satisfied and the disciples
picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces that were
left overs.
:21 The number of those who ate was about five
thousand men, besides women and children.

The art pieces were all created by Nina Carpio Reyes at her London residence with inspiration and encouragement from her very supportive husband Jay and loving daughters Janina & Isla. Nina originates from Samal, Bataan and has earned her degree in Fine Arts – Interior Design at the Philippine Women’s University.

Nina’s art pieces, also inspired by the loss of her Grandma Juanita is derived from her life belief, experiences and emotions. She paints portraits of people who have a deep connection with her and channels her artistry best when nature’s beauty abounds her. She loves to explore different strokes and mediums depending on her mood.

In the pipeline is another exhibition in May with our London Philippine Embassy as the planned venue but much sooner on 16th February, … you can catch her creations as she’ll hand-paint some of the garments of Pinoy Designer – Bladimir to be used in the London Fashion Week of 2020.

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