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Friday, October 15, 2010

Kakaiba Ka, Kababaihan!

Kakaiba ka, Kababaihan, back to back with 3D scultpors exhibit was held last night in Arts in the City, Global City in Fort. Presented by PICCA (Philippine International Cartoon, Comics and Animation) Thanks to Sir Boboy Yonzon for making this possible. It was the first Women cartoonists exhibit in our country. Opening speech of Sir Boboy below. Ribbon cutting was done with us, artists and the President of Japan Foundation.

Of course, sumobra nanaman ang kain namin..

Uy! Callwork!nagpapatawa lang...
This is Aramida Fransisco. A great artist! She illustrated the Voltes V manga (in Japanese) back in her days. Also done some comics illustration with the CJC komiks... Kroko. Now she is a painter.

Below is Elizabeth Chionglo. She has been doing 'Love Knots' in Philippine Daily Inquirer
Below is Raquel, also a painter:This is Steph Bravo from Philippine Daily Inquirer:

Not in picture are Mimi Romualdez, Aileen Casis and Syeri Baet but they are here. Below is a sculpture of Darna by Seb Chua:


Lyndon and Ariel:
Syeri baet with her baby:Aileen Casis with Norman Isaac from Manila Bulletin:
Live Body painting...

Ayan, kinakain na ni Araminda ang model:

Finished product:Thanks to all who came to the exhibit. Coverage from TV5 news team. :) Nice to see some UP Fine Arts buddies.

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At 11:22 AM, Blogger Shampoo said...

uyyy... siya pala si elizabeth chionglo... i'm a fan!

At 5:22 PM, Blogger mojacko said...

congrats on your exhibit! i'm also a fan of beth chionglo and steph bravo!
they somehow inspired my web comic too!

At 8:02 AM, Blogger Hazel Manzano said...

Shampoo - uu bata pa ako, binabasa ko na ang love knots!

mojako - musta ka na? sana mailabas mo na rin comics mo in print sa komikon!

At 12:47 PM, Blogger kc cordero said...

sayang, di ko na-witness ang female body painting. :)


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