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Nagbayo, nagbabayo, magbabayo

Nagbayo, nagbabayo, magbabayo


A story of never ending poverty. 'Bayo' means to pound, in this case is the pounding of rice. Nagbayo is the past tense, nagbabayo is present tense, and magbabayo is future tense. The painting talks about the never ending cylce of poverty. Nagbayo is represented by the oldest character in the painting, the woman in red. Nagbabayo is represented by 'Nagbayo's' daughter, the woman in the right. And lastly, magbabay, is the child, 'Nagbabayo's son.
  • Category : PAINTING
  • Year : 2016
  • Total Edition No : 1
  • Size : 36(W) x 24(H) x 2(D) inch
  • Materials : Acrylic on Canvas
  • Posting : 2017. 06. 18

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Muller Jeanfrancois

Good work...
2019. 10. 28


I would say that this art has classic and historical impressions. In general it’s really exotic.
2018. 01. 12

Dinesh Dineshkottarattil

The geometric style seems rather neutral compare to bold contents and beautiful atmosphere.
2017. 11. 14

Asher Sultan Co

This artwork’s vivid style is portrayed by its conceptual contents and it leads to create deep feeling overall.
2017. 09. 06