After a successful chalk art battle in Evia Lifestyle Center last February 14, 2015, Doodle Art Enthusiasts was once again proven to be dedicated with their passion—to promote freedom of creative expression and to keep the Doodle Art movement going stronger forever.
Art meets love in a small competition at Evia Lifestyle Center as Doodle Art Enthusiasts (DAE) competed against the members of UPLB Painters Club. This Valentine’s event is a unique gathering between two art group to showcase their artistry and creative techniques. What’s more romantic is the intriguing execution of the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet by expressing the love and passion using chalk.
Lei Melendres, head of DAE, led the creative direction for the team. Also in attendance from the group were Gelo Morales, Larrysa Latade, Regie Boquecosa, Shakey Salilig, Muck Desierdo, Mary Rose Carreon, Keene Kong, Mhaey Ramirez, Ayos Ayos Ayos, Jane Cuevas, Abby Diaz, Martin Cosme, Angelo Magalona, Manual Liwanag, Dote Santiago, and Nicole Estojero. The group conceptualized a modern but lovely tragic love story between Romeo and Juliet. The developments made the scene very different and playful. With evident details and elements of doodle art, it gave a good match against the UPLB Painters Club who are mostly expressionist artists.
After this art session, DAE members shouted with glee as the group were announced as the winner of the chalk art battle. More friends were recognized before they get cleaned up with a soap and hand dryer inside a nice cozy lounge at Evia Lifestyle Center.
In case you’ve missed it, DAE administrator Regie Boquecosa also conducted a small group doodle workshop at Evia Lifestyle Center last February 15, 2015. Joining him with is DAE vice president William Fan with assistance from Jane Cuevas and Martin Cosme to man the event.
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Edited by Divine Angeline Leano | Photos by Jane Cuevas and Shakey Salilig