Life goes on in art

posted July 22, 2021 at 09:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
The ongoing online art exhibit of renowned artist and educator Fidel Sarmiento showcases how life continues to flourish and inspire. 

Sunshine Place Recreation Center painting instructor Fidel Sarmiento mounts 38 of his paintings at the online exhibit ‘Padayon: Showcasing Life’s Continuity Through Art’.
Sunshine Place Recreation Center painting instructor Fidel Sarmiento mounts 38 of his paintings at the online exhibit ‘Padayon: Showcasing Life’s Continuity Through Art’.
Padayon: Showcasing Life’s Continuity Through Art highlights Sarmiento’s 38 paintings with subjects ranging from landscape and still life, as well as homages to other renowned artists. 

‘Pinoy Condo’, 24x18 acrylic on canvas
‘Pinoy Condo’, 24x18 acrylic on canvas
The show is on view until July 31 on the website (www.sunshineplaceph.com) of Sunshine Place Recreation Center, where the artist is the head instructor of acrylic and oil painting classes.

‘Batis ng Buhay’, 12x16 acrylic on canvas
‘Batis ng Buhay’, 12x16 acrylic on canvas
After the exhibit, a selected Sunshine Place art student who graduate from an acrylic painting course under the tutelage of Sarmiento will have the chance to have their own solo online art exhibit, where they can showcase and sell their works. 

‘Hardin’, 18x12 acrylic on canvas
‘Hardin’, 18x12 acrylic on canvas
Those who wish to learn under Maestro Fidel may enroll in Sunshine Place’s acrylic painting online classes. Contact 0917-515-5656 or email [email protected]

Topics: Fidel Sarmiento , Padayon: Showcasing Life’s Continuity Through Art , online art exhibit
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