Mitch Tan Chua, 8 years old (center) and Alex Tan Chua, 5, cut the ceremonial ribbon for the “3 Faces of Art” exhibit.

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) in cooperation with the Intramuros Administration (IA) and Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation has sponsored an art exhibit at the FPPF Art Chamber 2 in Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila.

Titled “3 Faces of Art”, the exhibit featured the works of Rosalinda Roman (oil painting on wood carving from Paete, Laguna), Nick Dulay (muralist/portrait artist), and professional photographer Victor Sison (Paintography).

8-year-old Mitch Tan Chua and 5-year-old Alex Tan Chua cut the ceremonial ribbon and did the first brush stroke of paint on the mural last November 23, 2018 organized by FPPF. The exhibit ran from November 23, 2017 until January 15, 2018.

“We thank Pagcor and lntramuros Administration for co-sponsoring the just concluded exhibit,” said FPPF President Pablo Beltran.

The children Mitch and Alex try their hand at mural painting to inaugurate the exhibit.

5-year-old Alex Tan Chua with his first brush stroke on the mural.

Paintography by professional photographer and FPPF senior instructor Vic Sison.

Oil painting on wood carving from Paete, Laguna by Rosalinda Roman.

Framed artworks by Nick Dulay, muralist and portraitist.

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