Malkootha Artbud Gallery in cooperation with SM City Bacolod holds the Pinta Salvarita art exhibit which will run until April 30, 2011 at the mall’s East Bridgeway.

Curated by Metropolitan Museum of Manila designer Nonie Cartagena-Dono, the exhibit showcases the artworks of the Salvarita family of artists.

The Salvarita family of artist. 
Shown in photo are Razcel, (mom) Glee, (dad) Roger and Rianne Salvarita

Roger Salvarita is best recognized for his impressionistics works that visually document ancestral and heritage houses of his native Negros – thus imprinting his works as valuable art pieces that record history. A pioneer member of the Arts Association of Bacolod, his works of art include the famous and majestic The Ruins in Talisay City. He has studied Creative Design with the International Correspondent School. He is the father of the young artists Rianne and Razcel.

Rianne Dawn Salvarita is a graduate of Fine Arts in Painting from La Consolacion College-Bacolod, a musician and an avid green innovator. His creative concept and style has been greatly influenced by metaphysical-surrealism. He was a recipient of a grant for the Philippine International Arts Festival (PIAF) by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts

Razcel Salvarita, also known as Raczsal, is a creative-visionary artist who currently lives and exhibits in Ubud, Bali-Indonesia. His artistic endeavors include photography, creative writing, installation and performance art. He has finished a degree in Journalism at Silliman University in Dumaguete City and received a PIAF-NCCA grant in 2010 for his ArtBox Installation Project.