Acrylic. Canvas on board. 9x12 inches. Gold wooden frame may or may not be included, please contact us for prices.

Brian Tenorio takes on the metaphysical aspect of human existence that is worship and faith, as he launches the “Sacred Silhouettes.” The pure, unadulterated image of a sacred symbol—the “Sacred Silhouettes,” depict the Sto. Niño in His most innocent rendition.


AYALA MUSEUM: Sto.Niño "Sacred Silhouettes" during the "Lust, Lux and Love" exhibition of Brian Tenorio

The silhouette burns a simple, yet powerful image on the faithful’s mind, which penetrates directly unto the heart and soul. Tenorio, took inspiration from an experience he had during a visit to the Church of the Gesu in the Ateneo de Manila University, when a light cast on to a glass window the silhouette of the statue of Mother Mary.

The "Sacred Silhouettes" at the forefront of the exhibit at the Ayala Museum

Tenorio's design work comes in 7 different colors

Hand painted acrylic on white canvas on board (9×12 inches) and framed by an intricately carved gold wooden frame. Each unique piece is signed by Brian Tenorio and numbered out of the limited 1000 units made.



Sto. Niño (gold)

Sto. Niño (sky blue)

Sto. Niño (vermillion)

Sto. Niño (yellow green)

Sto. Niño (mars black)

Sto. Niño (violet)

Sto. Niño (cadmium yellow)