A professor opened her solo art exhibition at the Baguio Museum, Inc.
Jenny Marsha Agtani opened an exhibit entitled Mimesis on April 23 to share her work to the public. The exhibit runs until May 23.
Agtani’s exhibit showcases the pieces she made during her coffee breaks, sleepless nights, or when inspiration hit her during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The art pieces are watercolor-based portraits of her family members, friends, and actors from movies and dramas, and even people from the government.
Mimesis is inspired by the dramas and movies she watched during the lockdown.
Agtani started drawing when she was five years old, exploring different mediums in painting when she was in high school.
Mimesis is the process of imitation or mimicry through which the artist portrays and interprets the world. – Alexia Pascual