Claude Tayag is a multi-media artist, starting his art career with a first one-man exhibition of watercolor paintings in 1978. Over the decades, he has also explored working with wood with his sculptures and furniture design, with his food and travel essays, and the culinary arts. In this lecture/painting demonstration, Tayag traces his journey with watercolor the past forty-five years, exploring images of Philippine landscapes, fiestas, genre, religious images, and ethnic portraits. To date, he has had 28 one-man exhibitions, both in paintings and wood sculptures. He has participated in several group exhibitions in Manila, Beijing, Washington DC, and Madrid. His art is part of many private and public collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Bank of Philippine Islands, and PLDT. He held his retrospective watercolor exhibition at the National Museum of the Philippines in July 2019.
Regular Fee – PhP 500
inclusive of ticket to Art Fair Philippines (PhP 350)
Student’s Fee – PhP 300
inclusive of ticket to Art Fair Philippines:
– PhP 150 students outside of Makati
– PhP 100 Makati students
Photo Credit: Morion Unmasked by Claude Tayag, watercolour, 1981