‘Art after the Storm’: Nemiranda mounts exhibit for a cause at Robinsons Galleria

Painting by Nemiranda. Photo courtesy of RLC.

Robinsons Galleria, the flagship mall of Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC), gives out its full-support to Filipino Artists as it hosts an exhibit with a cause led by Nemi Miranda. Dubbed as the “Marawi in the Eyes of an Artist: Tribute to Filipino Soldiers,” the exhibit opens today,February 19, and will run till the 28th at Level 2, main hallway of the mall.

Artist Nemi Miranda. Photo courtesy of RLC.

Part of the proceeds from the sale of the exhibit will be forwarded to the Army Fund for the benefit of the troops who fought in the Marawi war.

More than 30 artworks, rendered in acrylic and pencil are on exhibit. A press write-up notes that through the art show, Nemi Miranda and his fellow artists “hope to help in alleviating people’s suffering and pay tribute to the bravery of the Filipino soldiers. The exhibit also intends to gain the support of the public as they restore back the glory of Marawi.”

Miranda’s exhibit depicts the bravery and heroism of Filipino soldiers and the resilience of the citizens who fought against the rebels.

Live art sessions and portrait sessions led by Nemi Miranda and other artists will be conducted during the opening of the art exhibit. The public is invited to attend a painting demo and poetry session during the opening program as well.