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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

States bound

Oil on canvass 30" X 60"

"The Day Before"

Since my last painting of a town fiesta called Too Many Cooks", I have been getting commissions that feature town fiestas. My idea of fun during fiestas is actually not the feast day itself but the preparations that go with it, especially the eve of the actual feast. Just finished this one which I entitled "The Day Before". This is another commissioned work and is bound for the States soon. Hopefully it dries up fast and heals well before it is transported. Hope you like it.

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Anonymous christine/aujii said...


6:59 AM  
Blogger ting-aling said...

I like it. Warm ang colors.. Inggit naman ako. Parang mas maganda yata ito. Mas inspired ba kayo?

1:00 PM  
Blogger ting-aling said...

Daughter and I tried to count the people in it. We counted 12.

1:02 PM  
Blogger Jdavies said...

ur choice of colors have always made me admire you. so fiesta! someday il commission one from you...

12:31 AM  
Blogger TinTin said...

I like I like I like!

4:12 AM  
Blogger rolly said...

aujii Thanks. I tried commenting on your blog but I was asked for a username and password. Wala ako nun. hehehe

ting Thanks. YOu've always been very supportive. Thanks for the info at the berks.

Yes, there are 12.

jdavies Kelan tayo uli magkikita? Sure! just tell me when you need it.

tintin Thanks. And thank you for your generous gift. You're so sweet!

6:02 AM  
Blogger ipanema said...

Wow! it's so beautiful! Can I have one too? Sandali, how much do you charge? Ganda!

I don't have that talent. Painting meron. Hanggang face ko lang. hahaha. :)

1:46 PM  
Blogger Svelte Rogue said...

wow tito rolly, this will surely light up the room in which it will eventually hang for all time.

3:52 PM  
Blogger rolly said...

ipanema "how much do you charge?"

YOu can contact me through email. :-)

Yun ang hindi ko kaya, pain my own face, that is. LOL!!!

svelte thank you!

5:34 AM  
Blogger auee said...

ganda-ganda... buhay na buhay.

kundi lang puro gastos ngayon, o-order na din ako

9:20 PM  
Anonymous bayi said...

I showed your painting to my wife. She was really impressed. And so was I.

We are really glad that you are getting more commissions to paint. Does this means that you may have a chance to retire early and be engaged in a productive activity that you can treat as a hobby?

10:13 AM  
Blogger VICKY said...

You are very talented, Rolly. That is a beautiful painting.

9:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love it! it's beautiful as always, Rolly.

2:08 AM  
Blogger Luchie said...

Ganda!!! you are really a creative and a true artist.

6:47 PM  
Blogger bugsybee said...

"Bound for the States" ... just as I thought! :) Ting has really sharp eyes. I tried to count the people but I counted only 10. Let me try again.

8:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Impressive and vivid colors. Who's the lucky patron? Is that guy holding a glass of "lambanog?" already inebriated and being supported by his friend? I'd like to know the story...:)

1:30 PM  
Blogger rolly said...

auee Kayang-kaya mo yan. Mura lang. hehe

bayi I wish! But far from it. I don't have enough time to create more. But I do plan to make this full time when I retire.

Vicky, JMom and Luchie Thank you very much. I'm glad you like it.

busybee Don't worry. My wife also counted ten only.

Rey A Yes, that is a glass of lambanog. Why don't you tell me the story that you can come up with? ;-) Thanks.

5:51 AM  
Anonymous Kiko said...

grabe Tito Rolly, napaka talented mo pala, ang ganda ng fiesta painting mo! --Kiko

2:18 PM  
Blogger Kris said...

galing tito rolly! i counted 13!

10:36 AM  

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