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All female artists showcase works in ‘Eves of Summer’

Women power. That’s the subtext of Eves Of Summer, an all women art exhibit depicting summer holiday theme at Verde Restaurant, Loreland Farm Resort Sitio Loreland, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City. 

Marking the celebration of the International Women’s Month, the exhibit  features works of 27 women members of Artipolo Group Inc. in various styles and media, mostly in oil and acrylic on canvas. 

‘Baby Wearing’ is an acrylic on canvas by visual artist Chriselle Concepcion-Guzik

Artipolo is an art group based in Antipolo City composed of hobbyists, students, and professional artists regularly showcasing their works in various galleries and art-related venues, including charity activities.

Daphne Gimena’s oil on canvas entitled ‘Sunkissed’ is one of the artworks on exhibit
‘Elusive’ by Tessa Diamse

Among the participating artists are Cristina G. Arroyo, Christelle G. Arroyo, Rona Aumentado, Michelle Akim, Carol Mencias-Alay-Ay, Gem Y. Blanco, Diane Cabas, Zheann J. Caganan, Jeimee Cadid, Krissee Mae Cadid, Midanelle De Asis, Tessa Diamse, Camille Butac Esguerra, Katlene S. Enrique, Daphne Gimena, Mary Rose Gob, Chrisellie Concepcion-Guzik, Jojo F. Javier, Ned Chiara Leis, Len C. Makiramdam, Marilyn Mañosca, Liana Mariz P.Mesina, Marites P. Mesina, Clarisa Navidad, Dyna Quizon Ondoy, Cora Patarata, and Baby Sarmenta. 

Exhibit runs until Easter Sunday.

‘Finding a Star’ by Dyna Quizon-Ondoy 
‘Tree of Life’ by Marites P. Mesina

 

Topics: female artists , Eves of Summer , art exhibit

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