Joselito and his family migrated to Canada in 1989 from the Philippines.
He worked as a computer sign maker for more than twenty years in Richmond.
Now that he has retired, he has devoted his time to fully pursue his art.
He works with a variety of media including oil, acrylic, watercolours and pastels.
He enjoys drawing and sketching. His artwork draws upon a variety of inspirations,
with particular interests in nature, people, still life and abstract ideas.
Each of his projects and exhibitions follow common theme or subject matter.
His style of painting ranges from abstraction to realistic, while staying close to
Being recently retired, I am free to pursue my art full time and at my own pace. I am fascinated with observing people in different settings. Through my art, I try to capture the everyday life of ordinary people, including their emotions and relationships. I liken myself to a camera, capturing each scene with subjects paused at that moment in time. With pen and sketchpad in hand, I try to capture the action, gestures and characters as candidly as possible.
I hope my art allows viewers to take a step back and appreciate the beauty of life’s simple moments which often go unnoticed.