The Sunshine Place, a senior recreation center under the Felicidad Tan Sy Foundation, recently showcased the works of its art students in an exhibit entitled Flow.
The exhibit—which highlights the beauty of accepting grace in starting over, peace in pausing, and growth in going with the flow—also marks the fifth year of The Sunshine Place’s “Coloring Lives” initiatives for its members.
Ongoing until November 15, Flow features 86 artworks in acrylic, oil, porcelain, and Ikebana-Sogetsu including the works of The Sunshine Place’s newest young artists Isla Le Brun, Maria Helena Bernardo, Rafael Tomas Tanglao, Stephen Rey Destura, and Amanda Atayde who are exhibiting their works for the very first time.
Flow will be available for viewing at The Sunshine Place and online. Proceeds will be given to Kanlungan Ni Maria Home for the Aged.
The Sunshine Place is a venue for adults to live actively by engaging in recreational classes and age-appropriate physical training programs.