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Palomar Fine Arts Services (PFAS) 

1 Emerald Hills Subdivision | Sumulong Highway | Barangay. Sta Cruz | Antipolo City, Rizal 1870 Philippines

email. studio1antipolo@gmail.com

September 23 - December 16, 2017
RECIPE for And.....

16 ink jet photos in resealable plastic bags

1 foam mat in a plastic sack for onions

5 plastic containers with clay figurines

1 clear plastic cover with orange tape

1 magazine with stainless paper holde

Interview magazine poster

2 plastic containers with water

cutter, tape, glue

Preparation time: 50 minutes
Cooking time: 50 minutes
Servings: 12

1. Gather all ingredients, making sure to recuperate plastic cover with orange tape from an old work.

2. Cut clay into figures in the shape of 2 ducks (you can use a cookie cutter) and 1 insect, placing them in plastic container. Align 5 (2 will be empty) in the manner of a pedestrian lane.

3. Cut up magazine. Glue paper holder bottom left corner of magazine and lay down on table with 2 plastic containers filled half way with water.

4. Tape resealable bags in 2 rows of 8 columns on a clean plywood.

5. Hang plastic cover on north side and hang foam mat in the center of the space.

Best served at room temperature.

Lives and works in

Antipolo City

Exhibiting artist

since 1990

Art Therapist at Metropolitan Medical Center since 2015

Art Lecturer since 2013

Foodie and Booksale enthusiast



2012 MFA degree ongoing

University of the Philippines, Diliman

2009 BS Nursing

Metropolitan Medical Center, Manila

2000 BFA Painting & Sculpture

University of the Philippines, Diliman

1987-1997 courses in Film making, Mandarin, Spanish & French

1984-1988 courses in Architecture, Marketing & Psychology

John Yan Yung  
born Manila, 1966