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Villanueva unveils artworks of churches in clay

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Local sculptor Francisco G. Villanueva is set to unveil his works in clay in an exhibit titled “Sacred Earth.” The exhibit, which is part of the 48th cultural season of the Silliman University Cultural Affairs Committee, opens on 21 August 2010 at 5:30 p.m. at the Claire Isabel McGill Luce Auditorium Foyer Gallery. It will end its run on August 28.{{more}}

Villanueva is an Oriental Negrense artist who has chosen to embrace earth as his medium for transcendental art. He has made a name for himself by capturing the beauty of ancient Philippine and European churches, and has exhibited at the Philippine Center in the United Nations in New York in 1980, in Los Angeles in 1983, as well as in Saudi Arabia, Italy, and other countries.

Villanueva is also an environmentalist, and is the proprietor of the Ayungon Clay Mining Industry, which produces bentonite clay for sanitary landfill. For inquiries, please call (035) 422-6002 loc. 520 or loc. 250, or 09173235953. (Ian Rosales Casocot/SUCAC)




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