Images Philippines is a venue for both amateur and professional photographers
that aims to be the leading image portal of the Philippines. It has
an index of images of all the files in the web site. It also offers
services on online photo restoration and booking of photographers. Membership
application is free and online.
de las Filipinas
“A web site in Honor of Philippine Arts and Antiquities”
This web site provides information about Philippine visual artists,
colorful Filipino fests, and paintings created by local artists with
background information. It provides a venue for buying and selling artworks
on-line. It also accepts suggestions about Philippine-related web sites.
Offers search by artist for their exhibits and awards or by gallery
Examples of works of the Filipino artists are presented here.
established in 1980, is committed to the promotion as well as development
of serious, imaginative, and relevant Philippine art, especially by
young but talented Filipino artists.
A photo gallery of the Philippines including the centennial celebration,
the 1999 Apalit Fluvial festival in Pampanga.
aims to push knowledge and application of new media through continuing
education and to find a vehicle for a seamless exchange of information
between the artist and audience. Staging an exhibit also gives its members
a chance to trade ideas beyond their computer terminals. Shows like
I/O prove that a market for digital art exists, and is in fact thriving
as more and more people get curious about how far technology would take
The Wild Bird Club of the Philippines was established in July, 2003 to promote bird watching as a hobby and the responsible enjoyment of nature. Through the activities of the club, they envision to indirectly assist in the protection of the habitat of wild birds, and thereby, in the protection and sustainable management of Philippine flora and fauna.
Manuel Libres Librodo, Jr. is a photographer who has been featured in the Philippine Airlines' Mabuhay magazine. His online gallery displays portraits of Filipino women and children mostly. Recently, UNICEF invited him to submit pictures for cards and calendars.