Kabuwanan sa Cubao Expo: An Artists' Fair

K-kun and I met up with Erick-senpai to check out An Artists' Fair in Cubao Expo. I've been wanting to visit the said area. It's just 15 minutes drive away from our place and there are really great stores that sell second-hand books, some are thrift shops, antique shops, artworks of independent artists and a fantastic Italian restaurant and some newly established food places and art spaces at the same time. Another reason why I went there is to check out new artworks made by my online friend Katrina Pallon whose works really inspire me to work hard in photography.

Above are some of Katrina's works. You can buy her intricately made paintings, masks and prints in her Multiply site.

Katrina (smiling) in their booth in Cubao Expo.

Pallon with her band Scarlet Tears.
Pallon's mask collection on display in The Reading Room. I would love to have them all!
Finally, a crocheted doily found in an antique shop.

There are actually a lot of different creative things to be found in this Artists' Fair. Some hand-sewn bags, shirts, stuffies and a lot of accessories and jewelries. You can see more of my photos in my Flickr and Multiply page.

1 comment:

  1. Love the artists fair, I've never been there though.
    Katrina's works look very good. I also like the framed masks.
    Love the antiques, but its a little discouraging to see that crochet was only used with antiques...


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