‘Coming to Fore’ exhibit ends, leaves lasting impact

Mierro Castrillo and Romina Batino-Stiffler pose with a few of their works exhibited lately on the Gateway Gallery. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
The “Coming to Fore” exhibit of artists Romina Batino-Stiffler and Mierro Castrillo on the Gateway Gallery has ended however left a long-lasting impression.
The exhibit of up to date artwork was testomony to the transformative energy of creativity.
Romina, who discovered her ardour for artwork at age 50, featured her automotive wash collection of works, amongst others. She revealed that the works had been really images taken from her window.
Romina has drawn consideration outdoors the Philippines because the spotlight artist on the Trumbull Artwork Gallery in Ohio final January. She was additionally chosen as one of many resident artists of the Boomer Gallery in London for a 12-month residency program. Her works shall be featured in Boomer for a 12 months.
The Gateway exhibit additionally featured sculptures by Mierro Castrillo, son of the late monuments builder Ed Castrillo.
Artwork connoiseurs curiosity to know extra about Romina’s work might contact her by means of the roamingromina.artwork web site and roamingromina.artwork Instagram account.
Extra data might be obtained about Castrillo’s work on the Castrillo Legacy Artwork Studio Inc. Fb web page.