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Early Bread by SinkoSiete
Early Bread
Early Bread (Old Jeddah) | 60 x 45 cm | Watercolor on Strathmore WC Paper 140 lb. (300 g/m) | Edbon Sevilleno 2015
Tsai (Tea Time) by SinkoSiete
Tsai (Tea Time)
Tsai (Tea Time) | 60 X 45 cm | Watercolor on 140 lb WC Paper | Edbon Sevilleno 2015 | HTC One Mobile Cam
Ugsaran [Backyard] by SinkoSiete
Ugsaran [Backyard]
Ugsaran | 30x40 cm | Watercor on paper | Edbon Sevilleno 2014


Edbon Sevilleno
Edbon Sevilleno, is a prolific visual artist, painter, book illustrator, graphic designer, and formerly a Senior Art Director of AP7 Riyadh of Middle East Communication Network (MCN) affiliated with McCann-Erickson Worldwide.

Sevilleno was educated in La Consolacion College of Fine Arts. He was a cartoonist contributor of the comic strip ‘Borjok’ for the Tabloid Masa, the sister publication of Malaya during the Marcos years, animator of Hanna-Barbera projects for Chito Roņo’s Optifex animation company, children’s book illustrator for award winning books for children under Phoenix Publications.

Current Residence: Isla Negros | Filipinas
Favourite genre of music: New Age | Raggae | Metal Rock | Alt Rock | Blues
Favourite photographer: Photographers that can shoot themselves naked :)
Favourite style of art: Fantasy | Steamfunk | Sci-Fi
Operating System: Mac OS X Tiger - on G5 & PowerBook G4
MP3 player of choice: Ipod - Movies | TV | Music
Shell of choice: Cal. 45 | M16
Wallpaper of choice: Graffiti Art
Skin of choice: Flawless Umber Tone
Favourite cartoon character: Calvin & Hobbes | Tartan | Boogie | Burog | Ceasar Asar | Borjok (MyOwn)
Personal Quote: There's no such thing as bad art, only rubbish!
Tampisaw 'A Watercolor WorkShop' by Edbon Sevilleno at the Negros Museum

TAMPISAW is a Hiligaynon word which means "to frolic" or "playfully wade in the water" which aptly describes this 3-day workshop on Watercolor Painting is open to all watercolor enthusiasts. The first 2 days will be the workshop proper and an open forum. The last day will be dedicated to plein air or open air painting together with invited veteran artists of Negros. Sevilleno will be sharing techniques he learned and discovered throughout his romance with the medium which he has been using for more than 25 years.

Sevilleno is an advertising executive for 20 years now in the Middle East market. He studied Fine Arts at La Consolacion College – Bacolod and has served as ARFIEN President during his student years. A prolific visual artist, whose versatile talent made him acquainted with almost all the mediums in painting, and of course, watercolor as his medium of choice. He would like to emphasize the versatility of watercolor that is handy that one can apply it on fine arts and applied arts such Advertising, Storyboards and Book Illustrations as well. He has done 8 one-man shows and has joined countless group exhibits locally and abroad. He has worked as a book illustrator and comic strip artist since the early 80s, and until today he is doing graphic novels for United States and United Kingdom market.
He spearheaded GUHIT PINOY, a group of OFW illustrators based in different countries like Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, USA, China and in the Philippines. He is also one of the artists who organized Gamefowl Art of Negros naming the exhibit 'BANGIS' (Bacolod Negros Gamefowl Artists) which brought more than 60 artworks by 25 different Negrense Artists to the 1st World Gamefowl Expo last January 2011.

For this workshop, the Negros Museum is partnering with local artists to bring about substantial continuous learning programs such as this workshop to involve the artists and the community and to facilitate the transfer of knowledge of techniques and method in this particular medium . TAMPISAW: A Watercolor Workshop will not be for beginners and participants are expected provide for their own materials, considering they have been doing watercolor painting for awhile.
  • Listening to: Ottmar Liebert
  • Reading: ROUGH Magazine about Negros
  • Watching: Bob Dylan's Unplugged
  • Playing: Harmonica | Drums
  • Eating: Dinuguan
  • Drinking: San Mig Lite

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Djake Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist

Hey there,

I just dropped by to say: thanks for adding :iconblackartsociety: to your Watchlist!
I absolutely love your gallery!  I just had to watch you in return!  The atmosphere, the composition and the originality of character design are all fabulous.  I think I must have spent an hour simply cruising around your art.

SinkoSiete Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2015
:) Many Thanks too my frend!
MensjeDeZeemeermin Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2014
Wonderful work across multiple genres... Thank you for sharing it!
gligur Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014
i like "Watercolor Landscape" gallery
thanks man ~
cliffjosselrey Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
bisaya ka miguy !! :)
Centurial Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014  Student General Artist
wow your watercolor skills are beyond amazing! I absolutely love your choice of color, always vibrant but still hamonic
i-love-danxian Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
idol *0*
oXNot-An-ArtistXo Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014
Ang astig mo, brad!! XD
mrb67 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
waouh! Wonderful artwork! Love 
hatakeyondaime Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ayos kol! kapa kaayo. patudlo gud ko ani sa imo.. naga watercolor pod ko.
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