ON ART WORKS AT NORTH FORK: CONVERSATIONS & ENGAGEMENTS

As a poet and friend to artists in many genres, I know it can be difficult to receive feedback to one's work. Thus, this blog features conversations on and engagements with Filipino-Pilipinz art works residing at North Fork. Essentially, I share why I love these works. Over time, I plan to bring in others' views. Click on links below for their pag-uusap:

EXHIBITIONS
Current: 
"Prison Sunsets and Landscapes" by ULYSSES DUTERTE
February 2019


Forthcoming: 
"Why do we preserve when all are meant to fade?" by MEL VERA CRUZ
March 2019

"Reflections in Black and White" by KARL FREDERIC MENESES
April 2019

"[Poetry Ekphrasis]" by JEAN VENGUA
2019

"The Circle of Life" by AILEEN IBARDALOZA-CASSINETTO
2019


Previous: 
"Haiku to Canvas" by TREVA TABIOS
January 2019

December 2018

"Pocket Paintings" by MATT MANALO
October-November 2018--INAUGURAL EXHIBITION!


CONVERSATIONS WITH THEIR ART

EMMY CATEDRAL

MARISSA SEAN CRUZ with ELIZA BARRIOS

VENANCIO C. IGARTA: TWO PORTRAITS

MATT MANALO: "ATHENA" and "AJAX"

JEAN VENGUA and REA LYNN DE GUZMAN with MATT MANALO and VENANCIO C. IGARTA


More Engagements and Conversations To Come

Entrance to North Fork Art Projects

GALLERY PRESS COVERAGE: "New gallery in California celebrates Filipino art" by Walter Ang, Inquirer, Nov. 14, 2018


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