Issue of February 11, 2018

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’Laru–laro lang’ to present 3 young Baguio artists’ works
by Hanna C. Lacsamana

Three young Baguio City artists come together for the first time in a group show at Café by the Ruins Dua.

The creative explorations of Hopie Ambanloc, Kaaro Palaganas, and Sakura Alangui will be on show from Feb. 28 to April 26 in an exhibit entitled, “Laru-Laro Lang.”

Ten-year old Hopie is a dinosaur enthusiast. She has worked with a number of materials in her art making: acrylic paint, terracotta clay, even electrical tape for miniature sculptures. She shows a proficiency in imagining shapes in three dimensions and skill in making it come to life. Hers are the four pieces of dinosaur sculptures in modeling clay.

Kaaro is a 12-year old unschooler who spends his time exploring the many possibilities of art creation: from origami paper folding to paper sculptures, from knitting and crocheting to digital painting. He brings everything together in a series of mixed media work that exude a strong sense of whimsy.

Eleven-year old Sakura’s favorite medium is watercolor. Her still life and flower paintings show strong lines and confident strokes.

“I’ve been loving watercolor so much and my favorite technique is wet into wet. I find it amazing when colors blend on their own in water. I enjoy doing wash backgrounds using the water where I rinse my brushes. I call this ‘dirty water’,” Sakura said.

Café by the Ruins emphasizes art and friendship as well as food since it opened in 1988.

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