Kulay Marikina

A group of Filipino artists from Marikina City, Philippines.

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Location: Marikina City, Philippines

Kulay Marikina is a group of Filipino renowned and up-and-coming artists from Marikina City, Philippines. For more information, send your inquiries to kulaymarikina@yahoo.com

Monday, March 06, 2006

The Artists of Kulay Marikina part 4

Sheila Tiangco
Flowers, fruit, and other still life loom upclose and meticulously detailed in Sheila Tiangco's canvases. Born November 5, 1952, Sheila is a marketing graduate of UST and an accomplished restauranteur. She discovered painting as a source of recreation and respite from the hectic pace of business. Through her paintings, she expresses her thanksgiving to God for all the blessings of life.

Elmer Torio

Born in 1960 in the quiet mountain town of Magdalena, Laguna, Elmer Torio has been dabbling in art since his elementary school days. A self-taught artist, he paints in oil and watercolor, favoring the subjects of nature and children playing.







Andy B. Urag
Having studied Fine Arts at UE Caloocan, Abu honed his skill using various media and techniques. He has found his forte in watercolor, however, and had a solo exhibit in 2001 entitled "Transparent," featuring works in this medium. He has also participated in several group shows and received a number of awards and citations. Abu's work may be viewed on his website: www.andy-abu-studio.com

Tam Urao
Graphic artist and photographer by profession, Tamerlane Urao found his skill with illustration and freehand drawing at a young age.
Immersion in the art world helps him open his mind. His facility with different mediums lets him explore the many facets of creation. His work is constantly evolving - a never-ending exploration of new ideas and the different ways of expressing them.

Melissa Juliano VillaseƱor
"I wish my heart could speak through art - how grateful I am to God for giving me this gift."
A Fine Arts graduate of UST, Liza Juliano VillaseƱor further honed her skill in art workshops at the Ayala Museum and the UP College of Fine Arts. After graduation, she went to work as a fashion designer and later established her own garments manufacturing business.

Lydia Velasco

Her works may be subconscious diaries of a colorful past, or they may be just products of her imagination. Whatever the reason and inspiration, Lydia Velasco's works are inseparable from her being: her reflections on the shifting moods, the tumultuous desires and the unfathomable mysteries of a woman in her various roles in wife, mother, lover.

2 Comments:

Blogger HUE&ME said...

Ibang Kalse ang Kulay Marikina! Galing!

Keep on representing Pinoy Arts!
Mabuhay:-)

10:27 PM  
Anonymous manuel said...

Sana magkaroon din ng tunay na samahan ng mga bikolanong artist dito sa Albay

9:30 AM  

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