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Laguna artists in painting and sculpture exhibit

Baile Foundation, Inc. and Shangri-La Plaza Corporation once again teamed up to present another exhibit for the public in conjunction with the Laguna Artists Guild and Kape Kesada Art Gallery of Paete at the Edsa Shang Mall Grand Atrium.

Baile Foundation is an organization founded by former members of the world renowned Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company, which is celebrating its 18th anniversary with a painting and sculpture exhibit/sale called Sinaunang Sayaw at Sining featuring the works of popular artists from Laguna. 

Baile Foundation, Inc. officers, trustees and members
This is the 10th exhibit organized by Baile at Shangri-La Plaza Mall, most of them held during the last quarter of the year in time for the yuletide season.

Deriving inspiration from the theme, participants have come up with works that use various art media that excite art patrons and enthusiasts.  

Sculptors included father and son Fred and Wilson Baldemor, Edward Dave, Ramon Cajipe, Glenn Cagandahan, Abe Acala, Felix “Kid” Baldemor, Peping Balquiedra, Luis Acac, Nilo Valdecantos and Ignacio “Bisoy” Iglesia.  

Paintings exhibited were by Eric Masangkay, Ma. Lourdes Monfero, Melchor Sabariza, Zoerya Baldemor Abuel, Dominic Rubio, Ysa Gernale, Eman Santos, Henri Cainglet, Lamberto Acyatan, Imelda Endaya Cajipe, Paul John Galagar, Bayani Roy Acala, Louie Ignacio, Reynaldo Villarin Adea and guest painter, movie and TV actress Solenn Heussaff. 

Topics: Baile Foundation , Inc. , Shangri-La Plaza Corporation , Laguna Artists , Kape Kesada Art Gallery , Edsa Shang Mall Grand Atrium
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