New Directions : Christoph Sagemuller

“When I was 12 years old, my parents got me my first drawing tablet. It was about three by five inches, pretty small, but I thought it was amazing. I felt like I was living the dream because I’ve been wanting one for a really long time, and I finally got did. When I got it I couldn’t stop drawing. I could draw up to ten hours a day.”

Christoph Sagemuller, born and raised in Negros, is an artist and illustrator who works on various media, including the traditional, like acrylic on canvas. His main tool however, is the digital. Based presently in Seattle, USA, he has done work for MoPOP (Seattle Museum of Pop Culture) and has been teaching courses on Skillshare, an online learning community for creatives.

Watch for the Negros Season of Culture feature on Negros artists Daryl Feril, Faye Abantao and Christoph Sagemuller this February 2021, in celebration of National Arts Month of the NCCA (National Commission for Culture and Arts.)

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