Heart Evangelista shares insight into her artistic collaboration with Brandon Boyd
“It was such an amazing time to meet Brandon Boyd,” says Heart
Manila, Philippines – Months after confirming they were working on an artistic collaboration, Heart Evangelista has shared a sneak peek at their “passion project” with Incubus frontman and artist Brandon Boyd.
“It was such an amazing time to meet Brandon Boyd, the man behind Moonlight Arts Collective. (And I’m sure you know him too!) I’m happy to share this passionate project we collaborated on at the end of the year. last year,” she said on Monday, February 28.
The 1.5-minute vlog features clips of the two working on a shared painting, along with audio clips of their conversation about their process when it comes to creating art.
“I really liked life drawing, though. Sometimes you sit down and I do sketchbooks and studies. But then, to do longer studies, I’ll photograph it, and then I’ll get to work. from photography,” Brandon was heard saying in the video.
Heart revealed it was a collaboration for Moonlight Arts Collective, a virtual gallery Brandon founded for visual artists during the pandemic.
Heart first revealed her “little art project” with Brandon in May 2021. The two met in August for their collaboration when the Filipino celebrity flew to Los Angeles, California. In December, Heart announced that limited-edition prints of their collaborative work would be on sale, but she has yet to share details on how to purchase them.
The two also opened up about their collaboration in an interview with SUBWAY. “I never thought I would jump on a plane in the middle of a pandemic. I feel very blessed and privileged to see his work in person. And I was very excited and happy to see him put magic on my painting,” Heart said.
Both Brandon and Heart are known for being performers — Heart is an actress, while Brandon is the lead singer of Grammy-nominated rock band Incubus — but they’re also visual artists.
As Love Marie (her birth name), Heart hand painted luxury designer bags and had several solo exhibitions of her works. During this time, Brandon published several art books, had dozens of solo shows around the world, and exhibited at the prestigious LA Art Show. – Rappler.com