Born in 1980 in the Philippines into a military family, Eunice began studying art and drawing at the age of 5. During several relocations across the country. Eunice continued to study various mediums and exhibit at shows, galleries, and festivals throughout her childhood and teenage years. She graduated cum laude from Harvard University's select visual and environmental studies program with a focus in oil painting. Her inclination towards the arts led her into design and upon graduation, she entered into a career in graphics and art direction working in publishing and advertising.
I create art in many different forms: naturally by hand as a painter and designer and through movement as a dancer, and choreographer. I have many different canvases but the end result is the same: expressing a layered narrative based on personal experiences and my cultural environment.
My latest body work, Soundtracks : Freestyle, explores the nature of freestyling through painting, visually communicating a musicality and choreography of movement through color and application of strokes and paint onto a surface. The inspiration of each piece draws from my relationship with the medium, the relationship through songs and lyrics, and the musicality of each track and how I would reinterpret it into visual form rather than movement. This exploration creates a tension between time, composition, and expression, encouraging the viewer to experience the play between sight and sound.