Istorya ng Bente Pesos
Artist: Salvador Sierra
Size: 24in x 18in
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Story behind the artwork:
Naexperience ko na ang hawak kong pera ay ang nabasa sa tubig sa bulsa na 20 pesos na aking pinatuyo sa hanger para mamalengke, paano ko pagkakasyahin, ano ang aking mabibili sa 20 pesos. Meron naman ako nabiling ulam sa halagang 20 pesos. Dito ko nakita pag nasa gipit na kalagayan, napakahalaga ng maliit na halaga, lalo na ngayong pandemya ultimo bente pesos ay napakahalaga at makakasurvive ka kaya mahalagang magtipid, maghanda sa darating na bukas hangga’t maaari, magipon ng maraming bente pesos para makasurvive.
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About the Artist
Filipino Visual Artist Painter/ Sculptor
Salvador C. Sierra, displayed his artistic inclination at a young age.
This inclination never quite disappeared; Working as social realism painter and Sculptor on his town in Bulacan, Philippines.
Salvador is a self-taught visual artist because of love and passion in art. He influenced by Norman Rockwell America’s famous painter and illustrator, Salvador Dali’s surrealist painter of Spain, Sculptor from Norway, Gustav Vigeland, and Filipino Sculptor Guillermo Tolentino.
He uses oil, acrylic, watercolor, metals concrete, resin, fiberglass as a medium on his work.
Salvador Sierra also attended Fernando B. Sena’s Art workshop in 1998 and become a most outstanding student.
Participated and won in several art competition and exhibition including prestigious worldwide international Art Renewal Center Salon, NTDTV worldwide competition, Show Philippine Art Awards, GSIS, Metrobank Gallery MADE NOW, and AAP art competition.