Creative Disciplines and Mediums
- Punch Needle
- Culinary Arts
- Movement (Yoga)
- Digital Arts
Ash grew up surrounded by makers of art; her dad practiced drawing, calligraphy, and loved to sing. Mom consistently cooked traditional Pampanguena food, hand-made pillowcases, and clothes for her and the family.
Even though she wasn’t aware of it at the time, art was all around her and inspired her to make things with her hands at the early age of 8. Her family didn’t have much money growing up with 6 siblings, so she would ask her mom to keep her lunch money so that she could buy art supplies.
She preferred Kapampangan food over “nuggets” anyway. She was born in San Fernando, Pampanga, migrated to California, then at 16, moved to Houston. Houston has been her home since.
Over the years she’s collected experience in multiple careers all surrounding art in some shape or form including but not limited to: culinary, fiber art, painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and movement.
Today, she is an (emerging) Multidisciplinary Intuitive Filipinx Artist and works with a variety of The energy of thought, emotion, and action all have color, texture, and form.
The energy of thought, emotion, and action all have color, texture, and form.
I manifest them as pieces of a puzzle – coming together through meditation and intuition to express a message about the dually complex and simple nature of human consciousness.
My art represents a coming together, despite differences on multiple levels of existence. A juxtaposition to watercolor media, I place pieces into definitive shapes with mediums that are known to be hard to control.
The art is woven together through intuition, trust, and surrender. The result is an illusion of perfection, structure, yet it is completely abstract and satisfyingly imperfect. Together as a collective of human beings, we have dimensions, truths, perspectives or worlds that are different but still, we all belong to each other.