Art Haul features the works of over 80 artists 

Works of Tekla Tamoria, Tin Javier, and Julian Undine

Apart from crafting the best masterpieces, making a living out of art always has challenged many artists for years. It is not called “life of an artist” if things are meant to go smooth and easy. But with the pandemic, it becomes harder for them to branch out and offer their works as many galleries and art enthusiasts are hesitant in braving the new world. 

That’s where the online exhibition Art Haul steps in. This no-fuss virtual art showcase, in partnership with Fundacion Sansó and Cartellino, aims to make art more accessible and to support over 80 artists this time of pandemic.

“Art Haul was conceived to intimate the singular experience of curiosity and awe from stumbling on a rare find, all while securing the viability of these artists’ careers. Neither party will have to worry over breaking the bank to acquire and make art,” the Art Haul team says. “Continuing our bid to help keep art accessible with best practices, Art Haul is the latest alternative from our online platform to help support and sustain auspicious practices and kickstart the year right.”

Katarina Estrada’s Bonbons

Until Feb. 15, see the established and emerging artists, rediscover the ones that have been elusive so far, and witness, too, the latest developments from the upcoming.  

Ron Mariñas’ Number One

Trawl through 200 outstanding works that span genres. View various works on ink, pencil, watercolor, acrylic, and oil on paper, canvas, and wooden board. Marvel at sculptures and assemblages of different makes, enticing mixed media art, collages, and handmade prints. 

Art Haul has a dedicated page at For inquiries, questions, and more, contact or message us on Instagram. 

Source: Manila Bulletin (