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Jeques’s Artworks Glossary

"Mystic" oil on canvas 20x20, by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009

 “mystic” oil on canvas 20×20 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009

  flowers  Flowers  Flowers  flowers

flowers   flower  flower #7  flower

 “Flowers’ pencil, pen and ink on paper, by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009
"Una" First
“una” my first attempt with oil on canvas, by Jeques, Philippines,2004
fish of mind study  pedia  solitude/anchored  we depart to arrive, we leave to come homw
love, "fish," hope    the secret garden
Jeques’s earlier paintings/artworks, Philippines 1998 to 2004
 tamed original       tamed(enlarged replica) 
(L) “Tamed,” original 2004, painted in the Philippines he brought to Chicago. 
(R)”Tamed” larger version, first painting done in Chicago, 30×30, oil on canvas by Jeques, 2007 
seed-001  seed-002  seed-003  seed-004
“Seed” series of 4 pen and ink on paper 11×8.5 by Jeques, 1998
The series was orignally an illustration the artist did for his winning entry to swatch watch “Sparkling life” idea contest, with his poem “Seed” published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, December, 1998
Oil on Canvas, 30x38 By: Jeques B. Jamora, 2007

Oil on Canvas, 30x38 By: Jeques B. Jamora, 2007

a cut of life 1  a cut of life 2
“a cut of life” 1 and 2 oil on canvas 18×24 by Jeques, 2007
Jeques’s artworks displayed in the walls of the artist’s apartment, 2007

      nagpangita ko nemo  25 ginpangita man ko nemo

“Nemo” 1 and 2 oil on canvas 18×24 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009            


Jeques’s painting collection as shown in the artist’s apartment wall, 2007

nostalgia  reflections

(L) “Nostalgia” oil on canvas 30×40 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2007

(R) “Reflections” oil on canvas 30×40 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2007




2 responses

  1. jeques,

    to begin with, my admiration is at lost for words that would best describe these collection of art pieces you have made through the years. there was a certain artistic touch that distinguishes you as a master, whose images where not merely a showcase of images but of life concepts that appear simple, yet beyond each brushstrokes and colors left such a profound meaning slowly revealing to me as a observer.

    my method as an observer, is to connect with your art in such a passion that i would seek answers to questions of why did the painter did his brushstrokes this way, not that way. of why he chose this color palette and not those. then in the process, i found myself answering questions gradually as the images seems to have a life of their own before my very eyes, revealing not only its essence but also its relevance in my daily living.

    your paintings were those waifs playing out there in the sun and you have given them such freedom to explore their own. you have become the third person whose gift create a scenery that provide a fertile ground for these ideas to grow. you have provided such a notable feat in exposing your genius, creating pieces that confront grace over pressures, truimph over loss and happiness over sadness. your pieces, singular as may be, are powerful in their own. the canvas becomes a stronghold. and the elements are focused and not diverting. that’s why it always left an impression to the mind.

    my recollection of your pieces are vivid, but i must take a particular note about your series on flowers. the brushstrokes i must say is so far the best in this collection. keep on exploring and i anticipate that you find more way to discover your inner truths.

    best of times,

    PM000000100000000631 10, 2007 at 12:00 pm08

  2. Marvin,

    It is my fervent prayer that my works would be taken with such understanding.

    My works and study on flowers is still on going, they are very special to me being my first subject and where all these inspiration sprung.

    I wish you well.

    ~ Jeques

    PM00000080000001131 10, 2007 at 12:00 pm08

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