Romualdo Rommel C. Perez

Romualdo Rommel C. Perez is a freelance visual/graphic artist who uses most of his time dabbling with his paintings that exude nuances of surrealism – influenced by renowned artists like Salvador Dali and H.R. Ginger. His drawing prowess, on the other hand, got its inspiration from Filipino social realists Elmber Borlongan, Toti Cerda and Antipas Delotavo.

Hailing from the Fine Arts department of the University of Sto. Tomas, Romualdo – or “Pinturakid” as what he liked to call himself – loved to join various art competitions such as the Metrobank Young Painter’s Annual – (where he emerged in the roster of semi-finalists in 1992 and 1999), and the Philip Morris’ Philippine Art Awards where he participated since 1999.

His notable feats in the world of arts include becoming one of the finalists in the prestigious 30th Kulay sa Tubig Watercolor competition in 2014, the 4th International Watercolor Biennale in Serbia (2015), and the International Watercolor Society Canada Biennale (2016).

Romualdo currently serves as Vice-President of the Salingoy Art Group – an All-Bicolano artists’ collective, which allowed him to take a leadership role — helping out in the organization of numerous art exhibits since the year 2000.

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