By Camille Abello-Calimon
How two artforms—music and the visual arts—capture the evanescent is the subject of “La Musique,” a new exhibition in Galerie Stephanie at Libis that displays works by painters Angelito Antonio and Dominic Rubio and sculptor Michael Cacnio. It will open on Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. and run till Oct. 16.
Avida Land Corp. and the 1989 Batch of Maryknoll (now Miriam) College High School joined hands to mount “Modern Inspiration,” an art exhibit featuring the works of Ferdinand Cacnio, held from 1 pm to 7 pm on May 24, Saturday, at the Avida Showroom in Glorietta, Ayala Center, Makati.
By Duffie Hufana Osental
Dominic Rubio, known for his paintings of colonial imagery, and Michael Cacnio, famous for his ability to capture the psyche of the Filipino in his slice-of-life sculptures, partner in an exhibition on the Philippine genre motif of market vendors.
By Johnathan Libarios Rondina
Most people are surprised to know that renowned sculptor Michael Cacnio is a pastor who has been involved in the Christian ministry for the past 25 years.
Light affects visual arts in a number of profound ways. An artwork’s ability to work with light through techniques such as illumination and shadowing allows the viewer to evaluate the work.