Filipino artist’s works exhibited at Vancouver Int’l Art Fair
VANCOUVER, BC – Filipino artist Mark Ocampo’s works were featured at the 7th Edition of Vancouver International Art Fair on May 4 to 7 at the Vancouver Convention Center.
Mark Ocampo, is a Kelowna-based artist and illustrator, who has been refining his drawing and painting skills since 2006.
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Born in Manila, Philippines, where he studied interior design, Ocampo’s previous body of work consists of decorative and functional art. As a design consultant, he has rendered interior illustrations for clients, business owners and interior design companies both in Philippines and Canada.
As a muralist, Ocampo is commissioned to paint for schools, restaurants, lifestyle shops and residential properties.
The US-based Art Legacy International Gallery expedited the participation of Ocampo’s works. Adriana Cisneros, founder and director of Art Legacy, welcomed a Philippine Consulate stafr led by Consul General Arlene T. Magno and explained the meaning of Ocampo’s art works.
The Vancouver International Art Fair, locally known as Art Vancouver, founded in 2015 by the Vancouver Visual Art Foundation (VVAF), to connects international exhibitors under one roof by featuring an array of reputable galleries and artists from Canada and around the world.