MAR-VIC Cagurangan was a colleague at the old Today newspaper of Teddyboy Locsin many years ago. She moved to Saipan then to Guam to work as a reporter for a newspaper. Even when she was still in Manila, she had already dabbled in painting, but she bloomed as an artist when she lived on Guam.
A member of the Chamorro Artists Association, Mar-Vic is holding her second one-woman exhibit Colors and Faces II, at the Bank of Guam.
For this exhibit, Mar-Vic will be presenting abstract paintings. One of the paintings is a collaboration with her 14-year-old autistic son Ico.
The works will be on display at the second floor of BOG until June 5, 2008.
Here's a piece on her life as an artist on Guam.