Posts Tagged ‘Angel Villafuerte’


Last Attempt at Portraiture

September 2, 2015

Looking over at my photo files, I found this. It’s a photo shot by my grandniece, Angel. She took it while I was signing a portrait I made of her. Angel is Alyana’s cousin. It was my last attempt to sketch a portrait on-the-spot.


Autographing on the last attempt sketch…hahaha!

Na asssign kaming magtaong-bahay. At dahil walang magawa nagdrowingan na lang! This was in Delaware, U.S.A. in 2013 when I went to attend the wedding of my niece’s youngest daughter’s wedding. In short, another of my so many grandnieces on earth.

Angel BnW

Angel Villafuerte with the junk collection…

Dare to pose anyone — at your own risk? You just need to freeze for about 15 minutes…


Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange Bike and Munch’s “The Scream”

March 7, 2015

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?.”


Part of the Art Installation Exhibition at the time we went to the Sculpture Garden


Oying and Angel Villafuerte having fun screaming-like in front of a huge repro of Expressionist Edvard Munch’s painting, “The Scream”


Cute boy impatient to go around!!!

 Shot in the Sculpture Garden at Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A.

http://Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?


A Mi Patria Joins Silent O and Ultimo Adios in Gallaudet University Archives

August 3, 2013

Last July 29, my family and I went to Gallaudet University located in Florida Avenue, Washington, D. C. to meet Ms. Diana Moore, the university Deaf Librarian Collections and Archives Head to donate a copy of “A mi Patria — 5 Selected Poems of Jose Rizal in Filipino Sign Language.” I also gave a copy of “Collection Building: Filipininana,” a compilation of my brother’s writings on Filipiniana. Ms. Moore toured us around the library and showed the exhibit on Peace Corps featuring the works of Deaf volunteers.

Edward Miner Gallaudet

Founder of Gallaudet University Edward Miner Gallaudet


With A mi Patria, I also gave Gallaudet’s Library a copy of “Collection Building: Filipiniana,” the last book I published on my brother’s compilation of writings on Filipiniana.


[L to R]: Tessie Juan, Even Dominguez, Diana Moore, MM; Behind are Angel Villafuerte, my niece Oying Villafuerte and nephew, Ronnie Medina

Gallaudet Souvenir

Souvenir from Gallaudet University Library and Archives

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