Because being one of the most beautiful goddesses on Earth isn't enough, Heart Evangelista decided to be a painter. She, too, decided to be ridiculously good at it.
So good that she now has a legitimate art exhibit attached to her name. I Am Love Marie: The Art and Works of Love Marie Ongpauco will run at the Ayala Museum's Artist Space until May 22, and it features 19 of Heart's most personal masterpieces (most of which are already sold!).
We've all marveled at her beauty long enough, and we think her works of art deserve the same amount of lovin'. Scroll down to read our "artistic" interpretation of Heart's paintings!
THE ONE WITH THE COLORFUL PATTERNS
Our interpretation: This delicate artwork is Heart's attempt at designing her very own bayong, which she plans to bring with her when she finally learns how to go to the palengke.
What it's really about: "Sometimes I see patterns in my mind," Heart reveals. "I dream about them at night. All these prints are from my head."
THE ONE WITH THE BIRDS AND THE FISHES
Our interpretation: This masterful piece of art depicts the tampuhan between Heart and her pet parrot, because the bird ate one of her koi fishes while she was out on a date with Chiz.
What it's really about: "I don't know, the women in my paintings must be me," she explains. "But I look at each painting as a friend. It's so hard to give them away."
THE ONE THAT LOOKS LIKE HER
Our interpretation: This super fine art piece depicts Heart's desire to hold a funeral for her fallen fish. The parrot, meanwhile, was sentenced to nine years in parrot jail.
What it's really about: According to Spot.ph, Heart paints pictures of Alessandra, Camille, and various other women, and hopes that these subjects could channel who she really is.
NEXT: The one with the gypsy lady