VIRTUAL ART EXHIBIT IS NOW OPEN!
Displaying art that challenges, inspires and leaves a legacy!
Please join us at the October 2020 Virtual Art Exhibit ...
In the new normal post pandemic times, we strive to make the very best from our sheltering in homes. Several artists continued with their tasks of creating imaginative pieces that reflect their sentiments, and clamor for a happy escape outside of the Covid-19 world. Surreal or not, these art works have saved what seemed to be endless days and months of prolonged quarantine, as we joyfully paint inside our own virtual reality, and occasionally braved the open fields and farms.
Our seasoned artists came from all disciplines, using a variety of techniques and media they have developed through years of engaging in their craft. Take the time to meet each one, visit their video and website links, get up close to their meaningful projects, latest endeavor and charitable mission.
If you missed our 2019 exhibit held at the Philippine Center, here's the chance to catch up with everybody. Our guests from the community have developed a camaraderie with our artists after years of exhibiting at the same venue. This year may have been different, but expect to meet the same folks during our Virtual Exhibit.
See the other events and activities our artists have accomplished as small groups. Aside from the annual get-together shows, our artists hold meet up groups for plein air painting in and around New York's Central Park, weekend painting sessions at home and leaf peeping during the autumn season. Our artists reach various areas upstate New York and around the globe discovering hidden gems too amazing not to be shared with you.
Finally, we ask that you be involved in our mission...
If you have questions for us, please reach out to us through the online form to schedule a virtual meeting. Your generous support will be most appreciated.
Consul Arman R. Talbo (5thfrom left, 1st row), Mrs. Fe Cabactulan, Mrs. Marilou Cristobal, (6thand 7th from left, 1st row) joined SPAA President Art Zamora (3rd from right, 1st row) and SPAA members and Board members in cutting the ribbon at the Opening Reception of the 26thAnnual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York.
SPAA President Art Zamora during his welcome remarks at the Opening Reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)
Consul Arman R. Talbo during his welcome speech at the Opening Reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)
Artists' landscape exhibition (L-R) by Angelo Maristela, Racco Maristela, Art Zamora and Carol Tanjutco , respectively.
(L-R) Mrs. Marilou Cristobal, Mrs. Fe Cabactulan, Dr. Angelina Ricafrente and SPAA Secretary Athena Magcase-Lopez during the opening reception of the 26th Annual SPAA Art Exhibition. (Photo by Philippine Center New York)
Board Member Dulcie Dee (R) welcomes Zeny Avila, one of the longest running employees of the Philippine Center who retired from post. (Photo by Carol Tanjutco)
(L-R) Artist Angelo Maristela entertains Ludi Hughes and Laura Garcia, with colleague artist Carol Tanjutco.
(L-R) Athena Lopez with Dr. Angelina Ricafrente, Marilou Cristobal and Past President Lenore RS Lim.
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