S Maison hosts exhibit for a cause

posted August 30, 2018 at 06:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Upscale lifestyle center S Maison recently hosted “Art for Red,” a charity art gala and exhibit that showcased the works some of the country’s top artists. 

S Maison hosts exhibit for a cause
From left: Manila Bulletin's Barbie Atienza, SM senior vice president for marketing Millie Dizon, Philippine Red Cross chairman and chief executive Richard Gordon, and PRC secretary general Oscar Palabyab
Featured artists Julio Austria, Benjie Cabangis, Ferdinand Cacnio, Michael Cacnio, Ross Capili, Valeria Cavestany, Salvador Ching, Dansoy Coquilla, Thomas Daquioag, Fil Delacruz, Janos Delacruz, Mario de Rivera, Vincent de Pio, Edgar Doctor, Gregory Halili, Raul Isidro, Raul Lebajo, Romeo Lee, Carlo Magno, Jason Moss, Sam Penaso, Juvenal Sanso, Ian Veneracion, Roy Veneracion, Nestor Olarte Vinluan, Betsy Westendorp, and Edwin Wilwayco presented their creations. 

S Maison hosts exhibit for a cause
'Hysterical Women' by Valeria Cavestany
The week-long exhibit was staged for the benefit of the Philippine Red Cross. 

S Maison hosts exhibit for a cause
Janos Delacruz with his work, 'Kaharian ni Haring Alon'
PRC chairman and chief executive Richard Gordon graced the event together with Philippine Red Cross secretary general Oscar P. Palabyab and Susanne Tiausas of Galerie Francesca. 

S Maison hosts exhibit for a cause
'Balance' by Ferdinand Cacnio
Art for Red also allowed guests to participate in the humanitarian efforts of the Philippine Red Cross. ​

Topics: S Maison , Art for Red , Philippine Red Cross , Millie Dizon , Barbie Atienza , Richard Gordon , Oscar Palabyab
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