FISHERMEN
FISHERMEN, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
BIKER
BIKER, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
THE FIDDLER
THE FIDDLER, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
FRUIT OF OUR LABOR
FRUIT OF OUR LABOR, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
THE PLAYER
THE PLAYER, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
JOCKEY
JOCKEY, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
IDOL
IDOL, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
COME PLAY WITH ME
COME PLAY WITH ME, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
THE LOVER
THE LOVER, acrylic, 47 x 30 cm
EROSION
EROSION, acrylic, 61 x 46 cm
BLACK BEAUTY
BLACK BEAUTY, acrylic, 61 x 46 cm
ORANGE LANDSCAPE
ORANGE LANDSCAPE, acrylic, 61 x 46 cm

Artist Marvin Baldemor, Philippines and Donegal

Local award winning Filipino/Irish artist has been living in Letterkenny for almost 11 years capturing the local landscapes and historical landmarks based on the method and design principles he learned from his homeland.

Baldemor has won several art awards in painting competitions run by The Art Association of the Philippines, Art competitions here in Ireland and in U.K. He was one of the 25th finalist of The Windsor and Newton 2000 Art Competition. In the year 2004-2007, Baldemor was selected in The Northwest Artist Exhibition in the Iontas 17th National Small Works Art Competition. One of Baldemor's works had been selected in The Irish Art Awards 2007 and 2008. He was also selected to exhibit in The Art Project, Autumn Art exhibition 2008 in the Central Bank of Dublin. And in 2009 in the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts (RUA).

In 2010, Baldemor was invited by Philippine Ambassador to Ireland H.E. Ariel Y. Abadilla along with two renowned Filipino artist to host the 1st Art Exhibition in The Philippine Embassy in Dublin. His painting were also donated in the Art Collection to Ireland’s largest university, the University College Dublin (UCD) in 2012.

Baldemor held the 1st ever Philippine Art Exhibition in Beirut, Lebanon entitled 'A Journey of Colors', from June 07th to 15th, with the help of the Philippine Embassy in Beirut and Philippine Ambassador to Lebanon, H.E. Leah M. Basinang-Ruiz. This would not have been possible without the support from the Lebanese sponsors, credited Lebanon's top private companies, such as Solidere, Lebanon's foremost reconstruction and development company, Bank of Beirut Finance Western Union, a leading financial institution and Beirut Waterfront Developmental SAL, developer-owner of one of the most prominent transformation projects in the country, Zaitunay Bay and Le Yacht Club-Beirut. This historic exhibition marked a hallmark of collaboration in the field of arts and culture between the two countries.

Furthermore, some of his recent group art exhibition in 2015 were held in The Courthouse Gallery in Ennistymon Co. Clare, Leitrim Sculpture Centre in Manorhamilton and The Hyde Bridge Gallery in Sligo.

On June 09th 2016, Baldemor’s latest painting depicting the iconic Our Lady of Lebanon in Harissa was exhibited in Grand Ballroon of Phonecia Hotel in Beirut, hosted by Philippine Embassy in Beirut for the 2016 National Day Reception to celebrate the 118th Anniversary of the Philippine Independence Day attended by members of diplomatic and consular corps.

Email: marvinbaldemor43@yahoo.com
Mobile: 00353-87-678-0968

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