Mia Herbosa and a certain kind of light

By Igan D’bayan (The Philippine Star) Updated December 06, 2010 12:00 AM


Laguna sunrise: “There’s something enriching about living in Laguna,” says Herbosa. “My house is small, everything is very Spartan, but I feel very rich inside. There’s something good for the soul.”

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Mia Herbosa’s kaleidoscope world

Philippine Star
ARTMAGEDDON By Igan D’bayan

Monday, August 25, 2008

Like some of the great adventures in art, it started with a small object. In this case a kaleidoscope.

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Fine art at Bravo Restaurant

Philippine Star

By Araceli Z. Lorayes

A chance meeting among neighbors paved the way for artist Mia Herbosa’s paintings to be exhibited until Oct. 31 at Bravo Restaurant at Festival Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa. Thus, the restaurant’s patrons are able view art created in the European tradition with their pasta and osso bucco.

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Portrait of the artist as traveler

By Maria Teresa Lapid Rodriguez

arts2Thirteen Filipino and Filipino-American artists are featured in the “New York-Manila-New York” exhibit, which runs from Aug. 9 to 23 at Ayala Museum’s Artists’ Space.

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ART OF THE ‘CARPE DIEM’ – Mia Herbosa seizes the day

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Victoria T. Herrera

THE HOLLYWOOD FILM “Dead Poets Society” (released in 1989) popularized the Latin phrase “carpe diem” to the youth of the 1990s as a call of admonition to live life to the fullest.

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