Baguio City: Tam-Awan arts village in Baguio City opens Pitik, a collection of 14 new works featuring house artists Randy Nimer and Resty Lopez.
Pitik is a colloquial term for “click” as style adopted by both Nimer and Lopez in their latest exhibit featuring a mix of photography and painting.
The show opened on June 15 and runs until July 5 at the Tam-Awan Village Gallery, filling the walls with a fresh pallet of color, scenery and culture.
Nimer is a prolific photographer who turns his photographs into pieces of art; his subjects vary from landscapes and portraits depicting everyday scenery to curious portraits of ordinary people.
Originally from Pozorrubio, Panggasinan where he has a studio and clinic, Nimer’s art as flourished in the city making him a part of the roster of talent, Tam-Awan Village harnesses.
Classic scenes come from his lenses transported into a canvass of beauty, art and culture.
Lopez has no formal training in Aart but continued to teach himself, experimenting with various mediums and utilizing available material.
Both Tam-awan artists have embraced the culture of the highlands and depicted it in their work, the two-man exhibit will feature their talent and passion.