November 28. National Stamp Collecting Month
Great Achievers in Philippine Art of Print Making
Amstar Company, Inc. Perf. 14.
Singles, Sheets of 50 (10 x 5);
Souvenir Sheets of One
Worer Abr'd by Ben Cab - Singles (35,000)
6p The Fourth Horseman by Tequi -
6p Breaking Ground by R.Olazo -
6p Bulbs by M. Parial
- Singles (35,000)
22p Souvenir Sheets of One (8,000)
Form XV by Brenda Fajardo
Allen M. Baron
Layout Artist: Alfonso V.
First Day Covers: Manila
BENEDICTO CABRERA. Born 1942 in Manila. 1959-63.
Bachelor of Fine Arts. University of the Philippines. Painter,
graphic artist and photographer. Graphic medium: etching, aquatint.
OFELIA GELVEZON-TEOUI. Born in Guimbal, Iloilo, 1964. Bachelor of Fine Arts.
University of the Philippines. 1996, Bachelor of Arts in English.
University of the Phils. 1967. Diploma in Painting, Academia di
Belli Arti di Roma. 1968, Special Studies in Graphic Art, Pratt
Institute, New York. Graphic medium: etching.
Born 1934 in Balayan, Batangas. College of Arts, University of Sto.
Tomas, Painter, Graphic Artist.
Individual Shows. 1947, The Silkscreen Process. Small
Gallery. Cultural Center of the Phils.: Diaphanous Series, Paintings
and Paints. Luz Gallery. 1978, Nudes Galerrie Dominique. 9, Recent
Paintings, Diapanous Series. Luz Gallery. 1981, Oil paintings,
Printmakers Art Gallery, Taipei: Recent Paintings, Luz Gallery; 50
ft. log Serigraph, CCP Museum Hallways Project.
Born 1934 in Manila. College of Architecture and Fine Arts.
University of Sto. Tomas. Formerly teaching at the same institution.
Graphic artist and Painter.
Individual Shows. 1965, "New talent 10. Art Association of
the Philippines. 1975, Galerie Bleue: 1976, Metro Gallery; 1977,
Galerie Bleue. 1978 ABC Galedes: RCBC Lobby. 1979, Heritage Art
Center. 1980, Ma-yi Associates: CCP Small Gallery.
(born 1940, Manila) began her career in the visual arts as a
printmaker and graphic artist before moving on to painting. She
obtained her Master's degree in art education, at the University of
Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A. She recently finished her Ph.D. in
Philippine Studies at the University of the Philippines in Diliman,
Quezon City, where she is currently a professor in the Department of
Art Studies, College of Art and Letters. Fajardo held her first solo
exhibition in 1994 although prior to that her works were included in
a number of selected group exhibitions both in the Philippines and
abroad. Fajardo’s work was included in the Asian Art Museum of San
Francisco's exhibition "At Home & Abroad, 20 Contemporary Filipino
Artists." A multi-awarded artist, she was granted the Thirteen
Artists Award by the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 1992.
Most recently, she was given the Centennial Award for the Arts by
the same institution to honor 100 outstanding Filipinos who have
contributed to building the Filipino nation through art and culture
in the last 100 years. Most of Fajardo's works carry strong
historical and nationalist themes as well as depict folk and
mythological tales. In her Tarot Card series, she indigenized the
tarot images to convey a narrative of socio-political and colonial
struggles in the Philippines. She is known for this genre of work
and has earned distinction as one of the Philippines' artists of