April 20, 2018
ART IN THE PARK FINDS
I wasn’t planning to go to Art in the Park this year because I was so scared of the summer heat! Of course, I couldn’t stop myself from going but I literally made a quick run around the park because it was so hot.
Even if it was a quick run (or maybe a marathon), I had still had some exciting art finds. Here are my favorites at this year’s Art in the Park.
Word Paintings by Chati Coronel at the Silverlens booth
Photo credit: Chatishine Instagram
My favorite booth name: Wood You Look At That
Photo credit: Artintheparkph Instagram
Reading Artwork at Ang I.N.K. booth
By Jamie Bauza
Photo by Jamie Bauza / jamiebauza Instagram
By Arli Pagaduan
Photo credit: arlipagaduan Instagram
I hope they can move it to a cooler month so that I don’t make a quick run but a leisure walk around the park next time.
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