New York — A young Filipino artist primarily based in New York City held her initially solo art exhibiton at the Philippine Center in Manhattan from September two to 20.
Ysabel Simon, a 21-year-old international artist, held her initially solo art exhibiton entitled, “Meeting Rosie,” which options oil painting portraits and lithographs prints.
The artworks illustrate the artist’s grandmother, who is now living with dementia. The artworks are critical, amusing, and funny, although a couple of reflect the far more unfavorable variety of mental states and feelings normally noticed in advancing dementia.
The collection was made below the guidance of two prominent American artists, Bruce Lieberman and Howardena Pindell.
The exhibit was opened to the public final September five, 2019 exactly where Consul Common to New York Claro S. Cristobal led the cutting of ribbon at the opening reception.
Ms. Simon’s adore for art does not come unexpected given that she is the daughter of the award-winning OPM composer Dodjie Simon. She studied in the Philippines, Australia, the United States, and Europe. Her oil-painting entitled “Tinik” (fishbone) won a New York City-wide art competitionand was exhibited in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
She is at present finishing her research at Stony Brook University with triple concentration in fine arts, company, and Asian-American research.
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