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Adeste Deguilmo

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Adeste Deguilmo

Hometown: Isabela, Basilan

Lives and Works: Cebu

 

Adeste Deguilmo was born in Isabela, Basilan in the Philippines. He took up painting studies at the University of the Philippines, Cebu and became a student of Cebu's foremost painter, the master Martino Abellana. After obtaining his diploma in 1986, he was involved in advertising for six years as a visualizer. In 1993, he helped organize the art group Cebu Artists Inc. He then became president of the group for a year. Adeste entered the teaching profession in 1999 and was a member of the Fine Art Faculty of the University of San Carlos until 2006. In 2000, he received a grant and stayed in Vienna, he exhibited his works at the Kunstlerhaus. Adeste bagged two important awards in 1997. He won the grand prize of the Letras y Figuras, a national competition organized by Instituto de Cervantes in Manila. Also, in the same year, he garnered the grand prize of the Land Bank of the Philippines Centennial Mural Painting Contest. In his prolific career as a professional artist, Adeste had 10 solo exhibitions and numerous group shows. In April/May 2010, Adeste has won the 3rd prize in International Artist Magazine's challenge no. 56 "Flowers and Gardens." In 2012, Adeste was the Grand Prize Winner in Figurative Abstraction which was sposored by Kaalyado ng Sining, a National Painting Competition. In March 2017 at the Art Central Hongkong, Adeste Deguilmo's show was presented by Qube Gallery Cebu. Invited to join the activities of Diverse Yet United loose group, Adeste is also active in exhibiting his artworks in Manila.

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