The opening reception of Tattoo My Colors last April 14 was a huge success! We couldn’t be happier with the event’s turn out. At 6PM, an hour early before the opening time written on the invite, guests started to trickle in. And before we knew it, the gallery was filled with people. The program flowed smoothly and everyone had their fill of food and alcohol, thanks to the wonderful maids and butlers of Dokissaten.
Before proceeding to the photos from the exhibit launch, I’d like to make a quick update regarding the activities scheduled in conjunction with “Tattoo My Colors.” I and Raul “Ponj” Roco Jr. will be facilitating art talks this coming Saturday, 21 April 2012, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The talks will be free of charge and will be held at Fashion Art Gallery (F*Art).
At 6:00 PM, I will be presenting the stories behind my latest series of paintings of tattooed empresses, gypsies, sirens, and courtesans; my inspirations and influences behind my works. At 7:00 PM, Ponj Roco will be talking about interpretations of paintings and color, and the different meanings of color in various countries.
While the art talks are open to the public, we recommend that you RSVP for seat availability. You may do that by dropping us a line at the Facebook event page, or emailing either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
“Tattoo My Colors” will run until the 28th of April. After the art talks on the 21st, we have one more activity scheduled for the closing featuring Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School Manila. I assure you, it’s something you wouldn’t want to miss.