Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod welcomes the holiday season with the launching of Shapes, Shades & Scapes, a solo exhibit featuring the works of Negros-borne artist Edbon Sevilleno.
The abstract showcase provides viewers with an ethereal experience of finding images and shapes within and behind other forms, providing a safe passage through the composition.
Local prominent figures of the Negros art scene, such as Eduardo “Eddie Boy” Ledesma and Ligaya “Gaying” Lizares were invited to cut the ribbon together with artist Sevilleno and Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod Front Office Manager Archie Javellana.
“What we have here (exhibit) is the kind of art that reveals the limits of our understanding, the one that lets you abandon superficial perspectives,” Javellana said.
The hotel also held its ceremonial lighting of its 15-feet tree at tbe Marapara Plaza (Pool Deck).
“Christmas is a season of reminiscing the vibrant colors of our youth and rediscovering the sentiments of our hearts—and for us, it’s gratefulness. We dedicate today’s occasion to the people who followed and supported our journey to becoming the Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod that we are today,” said Sherwin Lucas, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod.