About the Artist
Edbon Sevilleno is a Riyadh-based Negrense artist.
Edbon Sevilleno studied Fine Arts at La Consolacion College - Bacolod and has served as Arfien President for two (2) years. He has worked as Concept and Design Artists for Interior Designers in the early 80s. He has also worked as a book illustrator and comic strip artist while continuing his art using acrylic, oil, pastel, digitial, mixed media, pen and ink and of course, watercolor. He is an advertising executive for 20 years now in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
He is also founder of GUHIT PINOY, a group of OFW artists based in different countries like USA, Canada, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, UAE and a few others. He is also one of the artists who helped pushed gamefowl art of Negros with his group BANGIS (Bacolod Negros Gamefowl Artists) who brought more than 60 artworks by 25 different Negrense Artists to 1st World Gamefowl Expo last January 2011.
About the Workshop
Sevilleno will be sharing techniques he learned and discovered throughout his romance with the medium which he has been using for more than 25 years.
The Negros Museum is partnering with local artists to bring about substantial continuous learning programs such as this workshop to involve the artists and the community.
TAMPISAW: A Watercolor Workshop will not be for beginners and participants should provide their own materials considering they have been doing watercolor painting for awhile.
Registration is open until limited slots are filled out. Workshop fee is at P 1,500. Please pay to be reserved ASAP at the Negros Museum and look for Tata or contact 433-4764 | 0921-330-7861.
Tampisaw 'A Watercolor WorkShop' by Edbon Sevilleno
14th to 16th January 2012
at the Negros Museum 'PHINMA Gallery'
Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
For those who loved the Watercolor Medium.
Note: Not for beginners.
Workshop Fee: Php1,500
Contact: 0915-447-2885 | 0921-330-7861
Please bring your own materials:
1. Watercolor (Prang or Professional Brand)
2. Sable Brushes
3. Watercolor Paper (Strathmore Brand)
5. Kneaded Erasers
6. Water Pans
8. Tissue Paper
The Negros Museum is inviting those who loved watercolor as medium to join Tampisaw.
It is a 3-day intensive workshop on January 14-16, 2102, 9:00am-6:00pm daily. The last day of the workshop will be an open air painting the Provincial Capitol Lagoon.
To be registered, pay your workshop fee at The Negros Museum (look for Ms. Tata/0921-330-7861). The Negros Museum is open on Tuesday s to Sundays at 10:00am-7:00pm.
source: The Negros Museum