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Edbon Sevilleno is a prolific visual artist, whose versatile talent has made him acquainted with almost all the mediums in painting, but above all, he considers watercolor as his medium of choice. Sevilleno is an advertising executive for 25 years in the Middle East. He is a former Associate Creative Director for Promoseven - Riyadh of Middle East Communication Network (MCN), affiliated with McCann-Erickson Worldwide. Currently, he is working as Creative Director for a multi-national branding company, affiliated with Interact London. He is also a visual conceptualizer at Comeanddo, a French events company that specializes in video mapping.

Sevilleno has studied Fine Arts at La Consolacion College – Bacolod and has served as ARFIEN President during his college years. He has done eight one-man shows and has joined countless group exhibits both locally and abroad. He started his career as a cartoonist contributor through the creation of the comic strip, ‘Borjok’, for the Tabloid Masa, the sister publication of Malaya during the Marcos years. He had worked for Direk Chito Roño’s Optifex animation company on Hanna-Barbera projects.

Sevilleno is a skilled illustrator having done award-winning books for children under Phoenix Publications. He has spearheaded GUHIT PINOY, a group of OFW illustrators based in different countries in the Middle East and in the United States.

Through his love and passion for watercolors, Sevilleno has been made a watercolorist extraordinaire. His generosity for sharing his knowledge to others interested in learning watercolor is known.  He shares the tips and techniques he has learned and discovered throughout his more than three decade romance with the medium. Indeed, watercolor seems to run in his blood.  A

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Watercolors by Edbon Sevilleno

Tutorials by Edbon Sevilleno posted at learning.iwsphilippines.org

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