Davao Painter Sillada Returns to Roots
News, The Philippine Daily Inquirer
Covergence of Forms & Colors, 2002, oil on paper by Danny Castillones Sillada
POET-PAINTER-CRITIC Danny Castillones Sillada will receive the Pasidungog Awards for the Visual Arts of Cateel, Davao Oriental, tomorrow, when the town celebrates its centennial of its foundation. He will receive the award together with Veronica Veroy-Troadia, also an artist.
The two are holding a joint show “Back to Back” at the Youth Center Bldg., Poblacion, Cateel, Davao Oriental. Rep. Cora N. Malanyaon and the Cateel government are the sponsors.
A Manila-based artist, Sillada has just held a one-man show at Ayala Museum in Makati. He has also released a limited edition of his selected poems, “Songs of My Troubled Land,” The artworks and poems show his existential struggle and haunting images of war in Mindanao.
Sillada was educated at Queen of Apostles College Seminary in Davao, Ecclesiastical Faculties of University of Santo Tomas in manila, and Ateneo De manila University.
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“Davao Painter Sillada Returns to Roots.” Philippine Daily Inquirer (Manila) 27 October 2003: D-2. Print.
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