Art/Entertainment, Culture and Tradition Rafael Maniago’s Igorota May 25, 2007 bill bilig 6 Comments Nice painting no? I wonder if he used a model. Read more about the painter, Rafael Maniago, here. IMAGE CREDIT: Rafael Maniago.
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Thanks for the feature on this artist, Bill. I love art and would like to get a couple of pieces from Filipino artists. BTW< my cousin Emily in Japan posted some photos she took of Cordillera Day of your kailians.
🙂 Maybe you can help ID some of them…
Oops, in the Sagunto Star blog page.
wow! gandaganda naman niyan! 🙂
yep!Tunay na igorota…
Will try to find more artistic work in the future. Didn’t know you love art. You might want to visit the Tam-awan village site [ tamawanvillage.com ]
which has artworks of Cordillera artists.
Yup, I know the person who gave the sermon, it’s Bishop Dixie Taclobao. Thanks.
Hi Ferri and Jhie,
Oo nga. Am still wondering if the artist used a model or if the painting is a product of his imagination. Thanks
wow the painter is great…he/she reminds me of my canadian instructor before..they are both good in human rendering…nice artworks..thumbs up!!!