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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Best Artworks of TMAG


Best of works of Tib-ong Mangkas Art Group (TMAG) need to be discovered and promoted for the artists to become motivated, encouraged to excel more in their artistic skills.

Recently formed group of artists who are residents of La Carlota City joined the Agro-Trade Fair of La Carlota Pasalamat festival.

Best Crafts

They displayed their best art crafts, paintings and relief sculpturing in their humble booth. They were as follows:

TMAG is composed of four natives of Mangkas. They're Abraham Obero, 35; Alfred Chavez, 35; Raffie Salazar, 29; and Redmond Nazareno, 25.


The Artists

Abraham specializes in landscape painting. Alfred does best in miniature modeling. Raffie paints well flowers in drum. Redmond sculps using clay as his medium.

Abraham gets his painting skill from his friends. Alfred since his childhood likes to draw. Raffie develops his interest in drawing flowers when he was still a kinder pupil. Redmond acquires his artistic skill from his father who is an accomplished poster-maker, streamer designer and lettering.

The Exhibits



This Agro-Trade Fair or Exhibits pave the way for them for their artworks to be discovered and later their artworks be promoted. Thus, they believe their group could be the venue for them to grow artistically, and economically.

Related Post: Onward Mangkas Art Group

32 comments:

  1. He does indeed paint really well. I really admire people inclined with the arts as I have lousy drawing and painting skills.

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  2. I really give high regards to artists, specially painters because I know it takes time to create 1 masterpiece. TMAG should have gathered best of the best artists. good job!

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  3. Nice collection!
    kudos to you for bringing attention to local artist.
    Some of these pieces as shown in the photos can be a signatire of what La Carlota is about

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    1. Nice to be back here..
      I'd like to see more of these gallery soon.
      Like any citizen's with acute aesthetics..
      Fine arts just get me. :)

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  4. They are indeed good artists. Sayang, I am eager to see a bigger clay sculpture.

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  5. Congratulations to your wonderful group exhibition. The landscape painting is quite catchy and colorful. I like it.

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  6. the exhibit and all the arts above looks fabulous! I mean they're truly very lucky already to have such talents like that and I guess they deserve to be known in the near future! all the best! xx

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  7. The paintings, sculptures and other exhibits look great. It is always a good idea to promote local artists.
    - Wanderer Juan

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  8. I love those works of art... The simply take my breath away! I must say that the artists really do have an immense talent in art =)

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  9. Support our local artists! That little sculpture on the last photo (lower right) looks good :)

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  10. Local artists should have enough support from our government. There are really great hidden talents that's really worth inverting.

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  11. Bravo! I always admire artists because not all of us are given and gifted. Kudos to them! :)

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  12. Our local artists truly needs a lot of support not only from the government but from the people as well. We have many great talents however, colonial mentality still prevails in most of us. -karen T

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  13. Pinoys are truly art genius . I love the flower piece ... how i wish i could also express my artistic side in this kind of canvass .

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  14. Wow, those men are indeed very talented. It's great to know that their skills are being showcased. I have high hopes for all of them.

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    1. I also have a few follow up questions. Do they happen to sell their artworks? If so, are their artworks solely sold in La Carlota? (For prospective buyers to know)

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    2. Their art works are offered for sale... but nobody has got interested in yet...

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  15. Our local artists should submit their work(s) to art exhibits in the major cities or art galleries for better exposure for and to their talents! :)

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  16. We have lots of local artists with great talents that needed recognition and support and encouragement to further their craft, I hope our government could do something about it.

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  17. We really have lots of local talents and hopefully they can be tap in the near future so as to honed more their skills.

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  18. Don't know anything about this group until your post Sir Gil. Thanks for this and hope to see more TMAG works very soon!

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  19. They have nice paintings. There should be more exhibit like this for our local artists.

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  20. I like the 2nd one on the right. It depicts the beauty of nature that we should appreciate and love. He has done a great job! :D

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  21. This is a good event to show off the talent of local artists. There should be more events that promote local art.
    -Wanderer Juan

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  22. those are great painting.. great job!

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  23. Blogging bout our local artists would help them a lot and their works be known to the world. Thanks for sharing Sir Gil. - KarenT

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  24. Filipinos are really talented. My support goes to these genius artists :-)

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  25. I really appreciate people who have artistic talents because I don't have any :D Even my stick figures are questionable :D I especially love the painting at the upper right of the 4 you posted here.

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  26. I love art! And these paintings are very lovely! I hope people will get to appreciate more local artists like these.

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  27. Wishing they'll soon find buyers who'd pay them well and return for more :)

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  28. Concerned agencies MUST give help and promote these artists works.

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  29. Really nice art works! Are some of the pieces for sale?

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