VISIONS: Rockwell Power Plant Mall’s eye-opening art masterpieces
Rockwell regularly puts the spotlight on creativity and skill with its annual event Focus on the Arts, this year presenting VISIONS: A series of eye-opening displays for art enthusiasts. From July 9 to 31, artists are able to showcase their talent to the stylish crowd of the Power Plant Mall.
Both traditional and modern themes are in harmony as Rockwell focuses on the visual arts. The North Court features contemporary doodle artists in action. The works drawn live by Rosseler Velez, Luis Sevilla Hernandez, Mark Dizon, Allyn Martin, Winnie Wong, Beejay Esber on back-to-back panels stand as fresh and lively as when they were hand-drawn from June 9-11.
At the Power Plant Mall’s South Court, esteemed painter Randy Lazo’s wooden masterpieces are exhibited, presenting classic and elegant pieces that truly hearken to Rockwell’s art tradition. Talented artists Kelly Sonio, Michael Cacnio, Buhay Mendoza, and Jun Balasbas put together a visual feast for art lovers at the Main Hall of Archaeology of the Power Plant Mall. Mall-goers can catch these exhibits and enjoy this celebration of art and creativity at the Power Plant Mall until the end of the month.
For more information about these exhibits of young and promising visionaries, visit www.facebook.com/PowerPlantMall.
VISIONS art gallery at Rockwell Power Plant Mall photos
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