Ninety-eight Filipino artists from across the country including six OFWs vied for the top prizes in an exhibition competition entitled Narrative of Color 2. The event is organized by the Philippine Guild of Watercolorists and International Watercolor Society Philippines and sponsored by GSIS. Grand Opening and awards night on March 19, 2019 was formally opened by the GSIS Vice President of Finance Ms Lareina Chanel Chingtoco Chua, Guests of Honor are GSIS VP Ms Margie Jorillo, GSIS VP Lucio Yu Jr., NCCA NCAG Execon, Ms Ma. Ivy Ang, Watercolor masters Mr Popoy Cusi, Mr Ernie Patricio.
Narrative of Color 2 exhibition will be open to the public, from March 9,2019 to April 9,2019, GSIS Museo ng Sining Lower Gallery , GSIS MAIN OFFICE, Diosdado Macapagal, Pasay City. Museum is open from Tuesdays to Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
One hundred fifty-five participants from around the country joined the 3rd National Watercolor Convention from around the country, coming from Pampanga, Panganiban, Bulacan , General Santos City, Cebu City and Davao City. Forty-one among them joined the watercolor competition, a nine-meter long watercolor art collaboration on the spot artwork was done. Watercolor art materials for raffle prizes were given away to lucky winners by sponsors Daniel Smith Watercolor, Neef brushes, and Des Artroom, Art Nebula and Happy Pan tin palette. By Jinky Rayo
Photo from top clockwise: 155 participants from around the country joined the 3rd National Watercolor Convention from around the country. Cutting of ribbon, from left to right, Danny Doce (PGW IWSP Board member), Buds Convocar (PGW IWSPBoard member), Ernie Patricio(Guest of Honor,Jury in Contest), Rafael “Popoy” Cusi( Guest of Honor, jury in Contest) , Danny Rayos del sol(Guest of Honor, NCCA, NCAG EXECON), Ma. Ivy Ang(Guest of Honor, CEBU Based business woman, Antique dealer art collector),VP MARGE JORILLO, VP LUCIO YU JR, Ella Hipolito (PGW IWSPBoard member), Jinky Rayo (President, PGW IWSP), Julius legaspi (PGW IWSPBoard member). Watercolor competition winners- Ton ton Ador (Grand Prize), Gilbert Miraflor (2nd Prize), Emmanuel Silva( 3rd Prize), Presidential Choice, Jess Dinglasa, Reynan Dingal and Carlo Caacbay.