Tampisaw 'A WatercolorWorkShop' by Edbon Sevilleno
Tampisaw 'A Watercolor WorkShop' by Edbon Sevilleno at the Negros Museum
TAMPISAW is a Hiligaynon word which means "to frolic" or "playfully wade in the water" which aptly describes this 3-day workshop on Watercolor Painting is open to all watercolor enthusiasts. The first 2 days will be the workshop proper and an open forum. The last day will be dedicated to plein air or open air painting together with invited veteran artists of Negros. 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.
Sevilleno is an advertising executive for 20 years now i
“Watercolor a medium that heals and comfort.”
Negrense artist Edbon Sevilleno has been painting with watercolor of rural scenes and rusty landscape around him for many years now. Growing up in a small town of northern Negros Occidental, Saravia (now E. B. Magalona), he was surrounded with sugarcane fields or haciendas and coastal fishing villages. And you add the simple people with quiet lives. It was that kind of place that you really hold dear in your heart and you call “my hometown”. These rich memoirs of his hometown and Negros were etched as subjects in his watercolor paintings.
Many of his works were from youthful
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