The Philippines is home to a large community of talented artists whose art is underappreciated due to a lack of market exposure and opportunity. In a country full of color and life, the barrier to entry for a Filipino artist’s work to reach market exposure is steep due to: a.) geographical limitations that place rural artists away from urban galleries and expos, b.) a reliance on being able to network with investors who might become potential buyers of their art. On the other hand, art investors are noted to be mostly affinity-driven (Sigg, 2013), which means that Filipino art buyers are likely to purchase art if they are visually attracted to it. The Filipino art scene is noted to be divided into two fragments: a primary market where artists can directly sell their works to galleries, dealers, and collectors through exhibits, expos, and a secondary market composed of all resales after the original purchase (Palanca-Tan, 2018).