• CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO
Fourteen visual artists are holding an art exhibition titled “Autumn Feels” at the second floor of Robinson’s Place-Bacolod that will run until August 30.
Autumn is generally regarded as the end of growing season. It is when leaves on the trees turn yellow, orange, red, and brown.
Visual artist/event organizer Jenevieve Abeto said they have titled the show “Autumn Feels” because autumn is the season to reap, gather and store what we have created as a product of hard work. It is the start of something new, as well as preparations for greater things to come.
The show features the works of Abeto, Dr. Vanessa Claire Castiller, lawyer Marianne Carmel Corgos, Monic Dela Cruz, Arch. Daryl Balmaria-Garcia, Joy Gicana, Richard Hulleza, Asaph Lapatha, Michael Leoncio, Alyanna Leonoras, Ma. Elizte Lim, Noel Martinez, Keith Joshua Panoy, and Lhily Samillano.
The guest of honor at the opening on Sunday was Dolly Gatuslao, past president of the Art Association of Bacolod-Negros.*