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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #20 on: November 06, 2008, 02:20:51 PM »
let us no forget the philippine nacional artist for sculptor from duero  - Napoleon Abueva
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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #21 on: November 06, 2008, 02:35:27 PM »
let us no forget the philippine nacional artist for sculptor from duero  - Napoleon Abueva

I've meet him at Bohol Mansion now Residencia El Presidente (near ABS-CBN) along with brother Dr. Jose Abueva (former UP president) during the opening and ribbon cutting of President Garcia Memorablia.

They own a School in Marikina called Kalayaan Colleges. Medyo upaw-upaw na pero askil pag lawas.

Dr. Jose Abueva is active in Political changes like Federalism. He is our mentor in PPP and Global Filipino Nation along with Vic Barrios where I'm one of the founding Members. My Group is called Katilingbang Bisaya.




 


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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #22 on: November 06, 2008, 03:08:06 PM »
nice to know it Rald.
was also able to meet nong billy and nong pepe. pikas kasi sila nga igagaw sa ahong igagaw sa galia side.

when i met nong pepe while he was the up president, paggawas naho sa ijang opisina i was transformed from a pro US base to anti US base. i beleive sa ijang plano inorder to industrialized the two former US bases for the better of pilipino people. wa lang gyud ma dajon ang industrialization gumikan sa kahugaw sa politika sa pinas hangtud nga na overtakekan tas malaysia, indonesia, thailand ug china sa ilang mga eco zones.
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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #23 on: November 06, 2008, 03:19:39 PM »
I just meet him last May 2008 at University of Makati, were We held our Global Conference. He has one of most brilliant mind from Bohol.

And still very much active in NGOs, after all these years he don't give up. He's desire for a better Phillipines is undying.

This kind of people to whom, I look up. Dr. Jose Abueva and National Artist Nap Abueva.
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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #24 on: October 02, 2010, 10:25:39 AM »
Dear Admin,
I am an international art collector, but when I saw the paintings of this artist you highly praised (Candido Castro) I doubt if this so-called artist knows anything about art at all. I am sure that he used oil paints, brushes and canvasses but that doesn't make him an artist. My colleagues who saw his works describes Candido a skilled manual worker, in other words an artisan. You may take my word or loose your credibility about informations on Boholano arts and artists. I have seen many good, but I mean really good Boholano paintings, but the paintings of Castro are what we call paintings made from xerox copy machines. Maybe that was his "work" in Saudi Arabia, to make hundreds of copies of portraits of Sultans.

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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #25 on: October 02, 2010, 10:34:23 AM »
He is also good in portrait and charcoal. I've seen a photo of his work featuring Mayor Dan Lim.
His paintings are the worst paintings i have seen..si boggs ang knamaotan mo paint sa tibuok bohol
sorry but true man

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Boholano Artist??? Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro”???
« Reply #26 on: October 02, 2010, 10:39:07 AM »
you must be joking, he is a joker. a joker who owns money all over bohol!
A CON artist who let other paints for him and later signs his name making people believe that he painted it. lol

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Re: Featuring: Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro” – Boholano Artist
« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2010, 10:08:07 AM »
How can someone says that boggs is an artist? there isn't anything artistic about his works or him, unless you yourself doesn't know what art is. He is an artesan, not an artist. He copies the paintings he paints. 

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Re: Boholano Artist??? Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro”???
« Reply #28 on: October 04, 2010, 09:03:44 PM »
you must be joking, he is a joker. a joker who owns money all over bohol!
A CON artist who let other paints for him and later signs his name making people believe that he painted it. lol

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Re: Boholano Artist??? Candido Canonigo Castro “Boggs Castro”???
« Reply #29 on: April 23, 2014, 11:58:54 PM »
you must be joking, he is a joker. a joker who owns money all over bohol!
A CON artist who let other paints for him and later signs his name making people believe that he painted it. lol

Hahaha! I'm amused by your comments . You must be a great artist yourself but do I know you? have we met before? Because I can't remember any instances that I know you , so please remind me. And show me your works so I will believe you of what you have commented on my works. I hope I'm wrong but I have an idea who you are among the new batch of artist here in Tagbilaran. Godbless!!

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very interesting. jesse james discovers this thread 2 years after; boggs castro comes along some 4 years later...

well, jesse, glad you're an international art collector. you happen to have a gauguin or a rembrandt? that would be most interesting because they never learned to paint what we call 'crab mentality'. ;D     
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hoy moot...nabanhaw man ni..pina agi sa pang libak?

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maajo jong pagkabanhawa.  imagine, ang among 6 years old baby pagsugod ani nga thread nahimo nang 12 years old nga dalagita ug nausab na ang nawong.  aaahhh, age has a way of catching up with youth.  and so goes art... ;D
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