Thursday, October 31, 2019

SPAA’s Annual Art Exhibition at the Philippine Center New York

Consul Arman R. Talbo (5th from left, 1st row), Mrs. Fe Cabactulan, Mrs. Marilou Cristobal, (6th and 7th from left, 1st row) joined SPAA President Art Zamora (3rd from right, 1st row) and SPAA members and Board members in cutting the ribbon at the Opening Reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)

New York – The Society of Philippine-American Artists (SPAA) held the opening reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition on 15 October 2019 at the Lobby Gallery of the Philippine Center. Members and officers of SPAA, artists, art enthusiasts, and members of the Filipino-American community attended the opening ceremony.

Art enthusiasts attended the opening of the exhibit. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)

Consul Arman R. Talbo, Manager of the Philippine Center, congratulated SPAA for the successful launch of the exhibit and thanked the members for their many contributions in the field of arts and for inspiring and encouraging both Filipino and Filipino-American artists to pursue their passion.

SPAA President Art Zamora during his welcome remarks at the Opening Reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)

Mr. Art Zamora, President of the SPAA welcomed the guests, artists, sponsors, and volunteers to the well-attended event. He said that the exhibit is the fruit of the hardwork and artistry of the artists and SPAA members.

(L-R) Mrs. Marilou Cristobal, Mrs. Fe Cabactulan, Dr. Angelina Ricafrente and SPAA Secretary Athena Magcase-Lopez during the opening reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)

Twenty-four artists were featured in the show: Christian Ray Blaza, Ysabel Cacho, Aurora Caparas-Corpuz, Cheryle Cranbourne, Ronald Cortez, Dulcie Dee, Tessie Dichupa, Carlos L. Esguerra, Angelito Espiritu, Apolinario Folloso, Joel Francisco, Leonore RS Lim, Greta Lood, Athena Magcase-Lopez, Angelo Maristela, Esmie Gayo Mclaren, Chato Morando, Mirinisa H. Myers, Ameurfina H. Nazario, Rene Ner, Godfrey C. Pinder, Carol Tanjutco, Ching Valdes-Aran and Art Zamora. Their works are diverse in medium and artistic content.

Consul Arman R. Talbo during his welcome speech at the Opening Reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)

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