Brush and Shutter Art Exhibit

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Mr. Public Service, Kuya Daniel Razon will be showcasing 56 paintings on canvas by Tala Gallery artists, from the original photography works of Mr. Public Service and four more other paintings on different concepts. The gallery will be opened to the public on September 28-30, 2009 at Tala Gallery, 100 Scout de Guia Street, Kamuning Quezon City. Proceeds of the said exhibit shall be for the free college education of the La Verdad Christian College (LVCC) scholars.

The map below shall location of Tala Gallery. Click the image below to show a bigger image of the map. The orange lane in the map is EDSA, yellow lanes are some major roads and white lanes are smaller streets in Kamuning area.

tala_galleryKamuning area map (click image to enlarge)

I together with Ms. Ebon, went to Tala Gallery on the 2nd day of public viewing. There weren’t much people there, only us and the caretakers. I took some shots, and place them here in this album: Brush and Shutter Gallery. It is in Facebook. Feel free to visit that gallery. 🙂

(From Brush and Shutter Multiply Site) Among the distinguished Filipino painters who shared their skills for free are: Roy Urap, Henry Cabrales, Yatar Bulos, Marlon See, CJ Tanedo, Gerry Joquico, Howard Jao and Tyago Almario. According to them, this serves as their contribution to Kuya Daniel’s encouraging social campaign, Isang Araw Lang (Just One Day), where countless community groups and organizations have been moved to do the good they can to others even for just one day.

Candy Manzano, Operations Manager of the Tala Gallery, said in an interview that the event is sure to be another successful exhibit of Kuya Daniel as there are some clients who have already reserved paintings. His last photo exhibit, Looking Beyond, in February of this year has outsold his In My Eyes in 2007. Proceeds of both exhibits went to the various daily public services of Kuya Daniel, as shown on Good Morning, Kuya! on UNTV 37. (Source)

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