In behalf of KASIBULAN, we’d like to thank all those who paid a visit to Hilom from opening day, the live art performance up to the last day.
24″ x 24″
What makes this exhibit special was this was one of the rare moments I’ve worked on a larger canvas than usual. The entire time I was more comfortable working with smaller pieces also digitally made. Since past exhibitions last year, I’ve decided to pick up my old brushes, paints, pastels, markers, pens, etc. It was like breaking out of from one’s comfort zone, returning back to where it all began. Traditional medium.
I’m still using digital, but from now on I will keep on using traditional material too. It’s been quite a while. 🙂
Also, I think it’s about time I should try larger canvases too.
We’ve got an upcoming event next week. KASIBULAN has collaborated with Zonta Club of Makati and Environs Foundation Inc for an exhibit entitled Hilom (Healing) starting 25th of November. We’ll be promoting 16 days of activism as a call to end violence such as domestic and other unthinkable acts against women. Please do support our exhibit & live art demo on the 3rd of December.
Exhibit begins 5PM at Glorietta 2. See you all on the 25th.
More information on our KASIBULAN fb page. 🙂
KASIBULAN presents: MALAKAS AT MAGANDA II at the St. Scholastica’s Museum and Archives, Vito Cruz Street, Manila, July 6 – August 3, 2013. For the benefit of St. Scholastica’s Mission Hospital, Catarman, Samar. See you guys on July!
Back to back Walong Filipina “Overseas” Exhibit Launch and “Kasaysayan ng Ating Bayan” Book Launch at the Liongoren Gallery.
Kasaysayan ng Ating Bayan Book Launch
Miss Imelda Cajipe-Endaya, illustrator for the book Kasaysayan ng Ating Bayan along with the artworks used for the book.
Back to back Walong Filipina “Overseas” Exhibit Launch
Artwork by New York based artist Pepper Roxas (0f Ang INK)
KASIBULAN members present at the opening: Christine Sioco, Imelda Cajipe Endaya, Norma Liongoren, Vivian Locum Limpin, Eden Ocampo
KASIBULAN took part in Save Manila Bay Earth Day 2013. We participated as exhibitors during the event.
For an empty water bottle, you can have a portrait sketch or a caricature courtesy of our KASIBULAN members. Some participants were kind enough to give us more than one bottle for a sketch.
Another service we had was henna, but you had to pay in cash. 🙂
We also had a freedom wall, anyone can participate in drawing. Most of the participants were kids but we had some grown-ups too. One of them turned out to be a chef who was also one of the exhibitors.
Here are clips taken from the event proper. Thank you Eden for the video. 🙂
From the bottom of our hearts the KASIBULAN sisterakas would like to thank all you lovely people who dropped by & because of you, you’ve made the event a success.