Simkin de Pio

Quezon city, Philippines

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Simkin de Pio (born March 17, 1976, in Quezon City) is a Filipino painter. The eldest son of renowned Filipino realist painter Gig de Pio and Fe Esterlina, his siblings include Las Vegas-based painter Gig Jr., Domino, Julian, and Manila-based painter Vincent de Pio. In 1994, de Pio graduated from the Ateneo de Manila High School, and in 1998 entered the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, Diliman, where he studied under the tutelage of such Philippine art stalwarts as Roberto Feleo and Roberto Chabet. After finishing his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting, de Pio worked as a graphic artist and illustrator at the UP NISMED, the AMA Computer University head office, and PetPlans, and later taught at the De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde School of Design and the Arts as well as at Xavier School. De Pio uses different kinds of medium, but most of his artworks have been in oil, acrylic, and pastel or charcoal. De Pio was once an artist for Manila's FormaFuego Artist Space. He currently maintains a studious, Prometheus Atelier, in Quezon City, while also teaching at FEATI University School of Fine Arts and volunteering as a managing editor for the emerging diskurso.com art e-zine and principal photographer for the YouTube diskurso art channel. (Taken from https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simkin_de_Pio)

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    Quezon city
    Philippines

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