Public Art: East Coast USA

Improvisations (2002)
Improvisations (2002)

15' x 10', Acrylic, Murals for the SEPTA Elevated Train, Market Street, Philadelphia, PA. Mural created with 4 days. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

Heavenly Thoughts (2003)
Heavenly Thoughts (2003)

20' x 24', Girls and Boys Town, Kensington, Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

Guardians (2004)
Guardians (2004)

Acrylic, 120' x 17', 6th St. (corner Diamond St.), N Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

African Bridges (2004)
African Bridges (2004)

45' x 40', Acrylic, Lotus Academy, 340 E Haines St., Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

Coming to America (2005)
Coming to America (2005)

Complete title: "Coming to America and Making It Better," 70' x 40', Acrylic on non-Woven Cloth, Gilbert Spruance Elementary School, NE Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and the School District of Philadelphia.

MLK Day Mural 1 (2005)
MLK Day Mural 1 (2005)

Acrylic on Canvas, 5' x 5', Collaboration with Junior HS Stuents for MLK Day, Philadelphia.

Wall of Inspiration (2005)
Wall of Inspiration (2005)

Acrylic, Auditorium Lobby, Olney High School, 100 W Duncannon Ave., Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and the School District of Philadelphia.

Apotheosis of Youth (2006)
Apotheosis of Youth (2006)

8' x 24', Acrylic on Non-Woven Cloth, Milton Hershey School Centennial Mural, Milton Hershey School, Hershey, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and Milton Hershey School.

Pinay Herstory (2006)
Pinay Herstory (2006)

8' x 8', Acrylic on Vinyl, Collaborative mural with Philippine Forum, Queens, NY,

MLK Day 2 (2006)
MLK Day 2 (2006)

Acrylic on Canvas, 5' x 5', Philadelphia.

From Light to Life (2006)
From Light to Life (2006)

Acrylic, Lunch Room, Rhawnhurst Elementary School. Students pose and came up with ideas for mural: a brocolli tree with a flying chicken as a "Brocolli with Chicken", a dog on fire as a 'hot-dog', etc....Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and the School District of Philadelphia.

We are Revolution! (2006)
We are Revolution! (2006)

Carlos Bulosan Heritage Center, Philippine Forum-NY, Woodside, Queens, NY

Peace Oasis (2006)
Peace Oasis (2006)

7' x 80', Private Residence. Fishtown, Philadelphia.

The Promise (2006)
The Promise (2006)

Acrylic on Canvas, 35' x 40', AME Church Altar, 512 N Church St, Moorestown, NJ 08057

MLK Day 3 (2007)
MLK Day 3 (2007)

Acrylic on Canvas, 5' x 5'. Collaboration with Junior HS students to celebrate Martin Luther King Day in Philly.

Jose Rizal Day (2007)
Jose Rizal Day (2007)

Acrylic on Vinyl, Filipino American Association of Philadelphia, Phila., PA

Be The Change (2007)
Be The Change (2007)

Thomas Creighton Elementary School, NE Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and the School District of Philadelphia.

Pacific Rim Tranquility (2008)
Pacific Rim Tranquility (2008)

Mixed Media on panels, Pacific Rim Resource Center, Wedge Medical Center, N Broad St. (corner Rockwood), Philadelphia, PA

Filipino Apostolate Mural (2009)
Filipino Apostolate Mural (2009)

Migration Mass Mural Banner, Acrylic on Canvas, Sponsored by Couples for Christ-Pennyslvania for the Filipino Apostolate, Philadelphia. Our Lady of Hope Church, N Broad St., Philadelphia, PA

Ridge Rising: Helping Hands (2009)
Ridge Rising: Helping Hands (2009)

Acrylic and Mosaic, 15' x 70', North Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Mural Arts Program.

Memorial Garden (2009)
Memorial Garden (2009)

Acrylic, Cecil B. Moore, N Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

Educate to Liberate (2010)
Educate to Liberate (2010)

80th Anniversary Mural, Joseph Pennel Elementary School, 1800 W Nedro Ave., Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and the School District of Philadelphia.

My North Philly: Nicetown (2010))
My North Philly: Nicetown (2010))

(35' x 45') Acrylic, Mosaic tile, Glass, 4300 Germantown Avenue, Nicetown Park, Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

Breaking Walls of Negativity (2011)
Breaking Walls of Negativity (2011)

Acrylic on Wood, 7' x 25', MuralCorps Teen Center, North Philadelphia.

Korean War Memorial (2011)
Korean War Memorial (2011)

10' x 10', Acrylic on Canvas, 2011. Sponsored as part of a modern dance performance held at the Philadelphia Art Museum to honor the victims of the Korean War.

The Tree of Life (2012)
The Tree of Life (2012)

(35' x 70') Acrylic, Mosaic tile, Glass, 4300 Germantown Avenue, Nicetown Park, Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP).

Luzviminda (2012)
Luzviminda (2012)

12' x 45', Acrylic on Canvas. "Luzviminda" stands for the three major island groups of the Philippines: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Mural for the PHILIPPINE CENTER, Philippine Center of Southern New Jersey (PCSNJ)., NJ

Neighborly Cooperation (2012)
Neighborly Cooperation (2012)

Bayanihan ng Bayan: A People's Neighborly Cooperation, 8' x 45', Acrylic on Vinyl, NY. Sponsored by Philippine Forum for the Bayanihan Filipino Community Center, Woodside, Queens, NY.

Bayan at Bayani (2013)
Bayan at Bayani (2013)

(Of Nation and Heroes) Design for an 8' x 16' Acrylic Mural on Panel for the University of Wisconsin's Filipino American Student Organization (FASO). Design includes US Congressman Henry Cooper of Wisconsin who read Jose Rizal's "Ultimo Adios" inside US Congress (6.19.1902) which enabled the approval of the Jones Bill, a stepping stone for US recognition of PH Independence.

Harvesting Energy (2013)
Harvesting Energy (2013)

Acrylic, 17' x 45', 7th and Vine St. Chinatown North. Co-Designed with Lars Hokanson.

My Heart`s Fire (2013)
My Heart`s Fire (2013)

Alab ng Puso: My Heart's Sole Burning Fire (100 Years of Filipinos in Greater Philadelphia), 8426 Bustleton Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (MAP) and the Filipino American Association of Philadelphia, Inc (FAAPI).

Philippine Nationality Room (PNR)
Philippine Nationality Room (PNR)

The PNR of the University of Pittsburgh is a mini-museum that functions as a classroom. The artist painted murals directly on the ceiling and a wall of the PNR. In addition, the artist provided four Filipino masters painting replicas and proposed the installation of the seals of the 4 oldest PH universities.The Quema House (prototype for room) in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, is representative of the era prior to 1787, the year the university was founded and a requirement for all of the 31 Heritage Rooms.