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March 23, 2012

Tamawan Village Artists Exhibit at the Ayala Museum

Cordilleran art will be featured in Ayala museum’s artist space bridging the gap cultures divide us by. The Tam-awan village exhibit is on March 21- April 3 at the museum’s artist space.

Tam awan village artists led my Chanum Foundation president Jordan Mango san will a variety of works on various mediums depicting the Cordilleran culture, landscape and way of life. Mango san will feature his piece, Strawberry Field, a solar drawing depicting the beauty of the La Trinidad, strawberry plantations.

Mang-osan is a self taught Igorot artist who now leads the Tam - Awan village artists, he is known for his works combining solar drawing and pyrography (electric wood burning pen) in a bid to highland culture and traditions his works have travelled the world.

Mango san, immersed himself into art when he was 19 with works depicting the Cordillera landscapes, images, and symbols using indigenous materials with his combinations of the acrylic medium on canvas, pen and ink rendition on hard board and wood, and flat stones, mixed media and solar drawing on various surfaces such as handmade paper, hardboard panel and wood, his creativeness has earned him recognition as well as respect from his peers.

While lady house artists, Jen Lorenzo will exhibit her charcoal on canvas titled “Wang - od ang huling mang babatok” while Tara Lalaine Natividad’s mixed media work “Tawid Ko Tiipatawid Ko Kanyam, Anak, kung Ano Ang Aking Minana Ay Siya Kong Ipapamana Sa Iyo Anak.”

Environmental artist,  John Frank Sabado’s mixed media work “Rejuvinating the forest,” will be featured while coffee painter, Patric Palasi’s “Of Spoons and Bowl,” Edwin Macadaeg’s “Unlimited Figures,” done on textile ink and sand art, John Belocura’s oil on canvass “Continuity of the Rice Gods”, Alfred Dato’s acrylic on canvas dubbed as “Sungka,” and Art Lozano’s acrylic on paper’s “Life.”

Aside from the permanent collections, the Ayala Museum also plays host to changing exhibitions, which may feature the works of young visual artists, ethnographic items, major art pieces on loan from private or foreign collectors, or historical photographs.  
Ayala Museum
Greenbelt Park

Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

Wednesday March 21, 2012 - Tuesday April 3, 2012

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