March 31-April 27
Twenty female artists, twenty different interpretations of freedom. I was one of the participants of this exhibit, and together with other artists, we stressed freedom on different aspects of a woman's life--love, family, sex, identity, heritage, work, dreams. There were paintings, sculptures, mixed media art, and installation art. On the opening, there were music, poetry, a welcome message from Katrin de Guia, and of course, food :)
|Ma'am Katrin de Guia giving a welcome message|
Here are some of the artworks...
|Another work of mine, fur on paper. Well you know what this is :)|
|Paintings by Ceres Canilao|
|On the right, mixed media artwork by Fara Manuel|
|"Girl's Room" Installation art by Mai Saporsantos|
|Paintings by Czarina Caliwanagan|
|L-R: "The Imperfection of Man I and II" by Tara Lalaine Natividad; Ink on canvas; Painting on wood|
|Painting by Kizel Cotiw-an|
|"Sa Kandungan ni Inang Kalikasan" by Mary Elizabeth Alejo-Aytin. Poster color on bilao.|
|"Ligkhawa" by Golda Cecilia Acofo Cajigan. Installation art. This is the picture of Golda's grandmother and her belongings.|
|Personal items such as letters, glasses and trinkets.|
Because of this installation art, I thought, wouldn't it be nice to have an exhibit of various letters, old letters, handwritten letters, notes, from loved ones, friends, family, all expressions of love, longing, hate, appreciation? Hmmm...