Street children from Bacolod are the beneficiaries of the earnings from actress Solenn Heussaff’s masterpieces.
In an interview, Heussaff shared how the people she meets everyday, especially the ones she sees on the streets, have inspired her to paint.
“There’s a lot of expressive people on it. I mean, it’s the reality of things din that you see all the time on the streets,” she expressed.
Because of this, the actress will donate a part of her earnings to the street children of Bacolod.
“The people I see every day kasi they’re the ones who inspire me. I mean, even though I don’t get to know them personally, I really use their emotions or the way they react,” she shared.
Solenn’s Kalsada Art Exhibit will be open from October 20 to November 5 at the Provenance Gallery, Shangri-La Fort.
Still on a high. Seeing three girls cry today because they felt the artworks speak is just so surreal. Thaaaaank you all for everything 🙂 #Kalsada #SolennxKaeden #SolennArt #ThePlan #LAHI #MiaxSolennxVavi oct 20- nov 5 Provenance Gallery Shangrilla Fort Thank you @boomsason for my outfit.was casual and chic and stood with my paintings. Love you!
Here is the video of the whole interview with Solenn Heussaff: