The artworks from Jane Ebarle’s latest exhibit titled “Impressions” are a visual representation of invisible human relationships and connections. The artist is inspired by the ancient belief that an invisible thread connects all who are destined to meet. Ebarle visualizes this invisible connection of human relationships in her poignant acrylic paintings. She uses her signature “Hibla” imagery to build an abstract form in creating an imagined world representing surreal human-network structures.

For Jane Ebarle, the interconnected life, intuitive decisions, and routes we choose directly connect with the path of others. The acts of the past affect the present, and the decisions of the present affect the future. The future is a reflection of collective decisions made by all. The exhibition is a narrative of life’s ups and downs, light and darkness, life and demise. Ebarle’s art has developed into various forms due to the organic nature of human relationships in a network; and the final abstract form becomes the outer, physical reality of the invisible network housed in her inner artistic vision.

Jane Arrieta Ebarle is an abstract artist who developed her signature style of painting and creating images through threads of paint, notable for the fine and meticulous execution. She acquired her Fine Arts Advertising degree from the University of Santo Tomas.  Having been the president of Philippine Art Educators Association, she has helped in the advancement of art education in our academic institution by teaching thousands of public-school teachers through the Faber-Castell Academy of Arts program. The program continues nationwide and has reached over 10,000 public-school teachers. Ebarle also advocates women empowerment in art as well. She currently sits as the founder of Birthday Club, a group of women professionals that pushes for women-oriented programs.

Jane Ebarle has been a judge of one of the most prestigious art contests in the Philippine art, the Metrobank Art and Design Excellence. She was also named as one of the “100 Women Artists” during the National Committee on the Centennial of the Feminist Movement in the Philippines, which was held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 2005. “Impressions” is Jane Ebarle’s 10th solo exhibition.

“Impressions” by Jane Ebarle will be on view from April 20 to 29, 2021. Galerie Joaquin U.P. Town Center is located at 2/F Phase 2 U.P. Town Center, Katipunan Ave., Diliman, Quezon City. For more information, contact (+63)2 8247 1109 or email

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