A new exhibit by Zanial Mariano is entitled “Rural” and covers the vanishing era when televisions and radios were the distraction of the day – a time that is quickly fading.
Mariano’s works will be on exhibit in the Anita Magsaysay-Ho Gallery and Museum in Casa San Miguel in San Antonio, Zambales.
The artist said: “Life was much simpler. Back then, the human activities were very limited: limited access in entertainment and latest technology such as television, radio and comics.”
In all, his art is about the absence of gadgets and the primary focus of their lives. Mariano says his exhibit is a “homage to the past and the present.”
Marino’s paintings are from an by-gone era, a time that he often depicts in his paintings – when in Zamables, see for yourself.
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