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Iyak ni Sicalac at Sicauay by Lakandiwa Iyak ni Sicalac at Sicauay by Lakandiwa
Iyak ni Sicalac at ni Sicauay

The Lament of Sicalac and Sicauay
1994
Acrylic on Wood
4 x 5 ft

The first man (Sicalac) and woman (Sicauay) ae represented in the form of Tinagu (the tradition tattoo symbol for man), as they lament the people forgetting of the ancient ways.
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Lumauig Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013
I really like this one too! 
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Lakandiwa Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013
Maraming salamat Lane
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MOONDOGPROD1 Featured By Owner May 3, 2011
Stunning...
Extraordinary composition, my friend.
B-)
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Lakandiwa Featured By Owner May 5, 2011
Thanks

I hope to get back to this style of painting in a year or so.
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Art-of-the-Shaman Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
so cool~! I love the Tribal aesthetic and this technique of weaving your paint is extraordinary ~ I am blown away~!
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Lakandiwa Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2010
Salamat (thanks)

I have been doing this for years, but had to take a break from this style since my daughter was born. It would take me weeks and intense concentration to do, and being single then allowed me the freedom to do so. Now that I am a very hands-on father, I cannot take hermital period to paint

Hopefully when my daughter enters college (or if I retire from teaching), then I will return to this style

PS

It is very flattering that you have shown appreciation for my works, as I have great respect for your
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Art-of-the-Shaman Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Salamat pagi, Thank you for your kind words , I will continue to watch and enjoy your creations~!
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