This is how much Heart Evangelista earns from painting and how much her art costs.
HEART EVANGELISTA – Kapuso actress Heart Evangelista reveals the hefty earning she gets from selling her paintings and painting bags.
In a previous article, actress and endorser, Heart Evangelista shares what she does where she tends to be earning more. As much as many people are aware, she is an actress and anyone can surely attest that with Heart’s status in the industry, she’s already earning much.
However, this is not the case. She shared that what she does where she earns more included endorsements, brand deals, social media posting, and vlogging for YouTube. She also clarified that she is not crazy rich just like how people thought her to be and explained that she is not using her husband’s money for her luxury. She makes her own money and before marrying, they have signed a prenup agreement.
Apart from the mentioned above, she also opened up about her doing art and painting. In an interview with Karen Davila, she showed her paintings and revealed the hefty prices she makes out of a single piece. It was accordingly just accidental when she thought about starting a painting career.
“It was an accident because I just stopped thinking of what I needed to do for my career. So, I just started to paint,” Evangelista said. Showing her painting, she shared that an art piece from her can make Php 200,000.00, a starting price. Just recently, she just sold Php 3 million worth of painting for a school.
She also does hand-painting bags and each bag she paints costs Php 200,000.00 but she decided to stop doing it. She wanted them to be “limited edition”. The actress said, “A lot of my expenses from my bags and stuff came from my paintings because it started as ‘Don’t touch your savings, you’re only going to spend your painting money.’ This motivated me more because I started thinking, ‘I have to paint more.’”
Heart also has this abstract painting of women which will be released in limited-edition prints in collaboration with Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd. A painting of her will also be sold digitally as a non-fungible token (NFT) which is worth $3 million or Php 149 million approximately but she cannot sell the painting itself.
She explained, “I can’t sell (this painting) because whoever ends up buying it, the painting can go to them. Some artists, what they do is that they sell the (digital painting) and destroy the original painting so it becomes more expensive.”
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