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‘Kristo Angono MMXX’ now available as online exhibit

Grupo Sining Angono, in collaboration with Artists of Angono and 3/7 Poetry, announced its online exhibit entitled “Kristo Angono MMXX”, which is now available online.

Grupo Sining Angono, in collaboration with Artists of Angono and 3/7 Poetry, announced its online exhibit entitled “Kristo Angono MMXX”, which is now available.

This is an initiative of the core members of the group where various talented visual artists, all residents of Angono, were invited to take part in this timely endeavor. This exhibition was inspired from the annual “Kristo” project that was mounted by Bulacan and other Manila-based artists, initiated by Salvador Ching and has become a Lenten tradition among art groups in the Philippines.

In light of the lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic, the organizer decided to continue the show via a virtual exhibition in the group’s Facebook page. It is the ardent desire of the group that despite the uncertainty of the times, this coming together of the Angono artists will not only continue what has been started during Lent but will also serve as a way of sharing their talents, to inspire or heal in their own little way, by those who are mostly affected by this deadly pandemic.

Check out some of the pieces in the exhibit below.

Ebok Pinpiño
“Bulong ng Kamatayan”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Tina Villaluz
“Watawat”
Oil on canvas, 20×30 inches, 2020
Gerry Bantang
“Our Lady of Sorrow, Passion of Christ”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Michael Ong
“Ako’y Nauuhaw”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Aaron Bautista
“Cristo de Luces de Colores”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Tristan Tiamson
“Pagpapako sa Krus”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Rene Tolentino
“Collateral Beauty”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Dolpee Alcantara
“Inri”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Berny Supsupin
“Fishers of Men”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Glenn Blanco
“Kristo”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Joy P. Blanco-Alejandro
“Jesus Crucified (Pagpapako sa Krus)”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Carlos “Totong” Francisco III
“Untitled”
20x30inches, Mixed media on canvas, 2020
Cecille Artilaga
“God’s Vessel”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Jovito Andres
“Today, You Will Be With Me In Paradise”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Jhon Lery Capili
“Ti Vedo”
20x30inches, Black Screws on plyboard, 2020
Rek Roxas
“XP13-T03”
20x30inches, Digital print, 2020
John Flora
“Paid in Full”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Edberth C. Roan
“Crucifix”
20x30inches, Mixed media on canvas, 2020
Jao Mapa
“Pinapatawad Kita”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Dino Blanco
“Come to Me”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Gemma Yonson Blanco
“Diyos ng Pagibig”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Jon del Rio
“Stay Awake and Pray”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Norman Francis Juban Blanco
“Cristo”
20x30inches, Acrylic on canvas, 2020
Chap Saguinsin
“Jesus”
20x30inches, Oil on canvas, 2020
Frederick Sausa
“Corona: Sacrifice”
Phone Applications, 2020

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