Photograph of Artist BERNARDO C. MARIGMEN
Chicago, Illinois - United States

Original Artworks (3)

Bernardo C. Marigmen; Cleopatra  Wading For Mirage, 2006, Original Mixed Media, 30 x 22 inches. Artwork description: 241 limited edition high- gloss print on brushed aluminum( 1 of 100) signed & numbered by the artist...
Bernardo C. Marigmen
Original Mixed Media, 2006
30 x 22 inches (76.2 x 55.9 cm)
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Bernardo C. Marigmen; Old Man Jazz , 2004, Original Other, 12 x 15 inches. Artwork description: 241 signed & numbered limited edition print on canvas, black finish 12x15 wood frame, double matted, with glass, image size 7. 5x9. 5, only 250 producedready for hanging...
Bernardo C. Marigmen
Original Undefined Medium, 2004
12 x 15 inches (30.5 x 38.1 cm)
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Bernardo C. Marigmen; BM859 Cling, 2000, Original Painting Other, 39 x 50 inches. Artwork description: 241 painting on canvas...
Bernardo C. Marigmen
Original Other Painting, 2000
39 x 50 inches (99.1 x 127.0 cm)
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Artist Statement

Marigmen received a MFA in 1993 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He studied architecture at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, attended University of London and taught art history at the Louvre in Paris. In 1999, he showcased/curated over 50 exhibits in the USA. In 2000, he assumed the role as Director of Art Etc. where he has been a driving force in the community and has helped establish some of the city's premier arts-related events including the annual Dandelion Wine Arts Festivals. In 2005 he received the Jack Benny Humanitarian Award, he was inducted to the Filipino-American Hall of Fame in 2004, he received Chicago's Friends Of The Arts-Service to the Community Award in 2002. He has been featured in Artbeat, Artscope, MR Magazine and Abitare. Since 1987, he has produced over 1,000 original art and has exhibited at close to 200 galleries including venues in Milan, London and Paris. Currently, he is VP/Partner of Tovoli Neckwear where he manufactures original & limited edition "wearable art" for clientele such as Fred Hayman's of Beverly Hills and Marshall Fields. Tovoli ties have been featured in programs like Wheel of Fortune, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Day & Date and Geraldo Rivera Show. Marigmen's art have been shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, Elmhurst Art Museum and been part of set/scenes for films like Little Heroes and Chicago's production Cheap Show....

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